I am not assuming anything. I never said that you and all the others don't care a lot. I know you do care. You shouldn't get insulted or anyone else when someone points out a perspective issue between those "in the know" and the average user. I've worked with thousands of people who care about customers and visitors like you do. But that caring does not necessarily mean that you and others have clear knowledge of how the average non-techie actually experiences websites 100% of the time.
Everyday companies, websites, products and more do things that customers and visitors don't like. The people who created all these things do care. They care a lot. They do a lot of research. They try to listen to visitors and learn from them. Even with all that, they still don't get it right all the time.
The reality is that high levels of technical expertise and continual involvement in the behind the scenes of things like WordPress can easily cause people to not be aware of all that customers experience. They may think they know. They want to know. They care. But human nature causes them to not always see the world through the same eyes as the average visitor or customer.
I've been studying this phenomena for a few decades now. I have observed it in all types of people and all sizes of organizations both with technology and other types of products. Be very careful not to confuse caring and actually being able to walk in the website visitors shoes.
I can personally tell you that on a daily basis I discover things about websites that bother me. When I tell the company about it, they are usually pleased to learn this so they can do something about it. No matter how much you and others care, you can't always see things the way the web visitor does. I happen to have a unique wiring that allows me to experience everything as if I knew nothing about the thing I'm dealing with. I still experience WordPress websites and other websites as if I knew absolutely nothing about how they operate. Very few people have this ability once they acquire a significant amount of knowledge about something.
So please do not be insulted because I'm trying to help you and others see through the eyes of the customer. Open your mind to the reality that it is very difficult to walk in the shoes of non-techie, everyday web visitors. No matter how much you may think you think like them, you don't. This isn't about caring. It's called being human. And that's why we need to listen carefully to the perspective of others instead of getting insulted by it.