After reading (and lol'zing at) this thread, I figured I'd give a shot at making an answer even if this guy is too thick to appreciate or understand it.
The reason pestering for a new ReactOS release to come out faster won't work is because of the following:
[*]ReactOS is an open source project. Unless a surplus of developers randomly shows up to develop and test new commits to the project, the release won't occur any faster. If you want the release to come out faster, submit patches and help resolve issues. If you are incapable of that (i.e. not a programmer), then give these already generous people some money so they can support their lifestyle while working on the project. After all, it's not like they're making money off of ReactOS, and they have lives of their own.
[*]They could release ReactOS faster. Hell, they could release it every day (officially) if they wanted to! Why don't they? Law of diminishing returns: just because they can make a release, doesn't insure that the quality they wanted from the release will be achieved. Just because something can be released faster doesn't mean it should. For people who can't wait and want instant gratification, there are trunk builds. That's as good as that's going to get unless more developers show up. Also, working on a fixed time frame is really only good if you stretch releases out over very long periods of time, like Ubuntu with it's 6 month releases. If that were ever implemented, it wouldn't be to the benefit of quick releases.
Don't bite the hand that feeds, or you're likely to get hit in the face with the newspaper of rejection.