This is the kind of (technical) feedback that makes sense as it is centred on need. It acknowledges that more needs to be done as we are not ready for what we expect of ourselves in the first place.
In this day and age of big data, we are a very public place where a lot of initiatives gravitate to. If the WMF wants to retain its relevance, it is to face its challenges. Maybe the WDQS can steal a page out of the architecture in what Magnus build. It is very much replicable and multiple instances have been running. This is not to say that it becomes more and more relevant to have the Wikidata toolkit available from Labs with as many instances as needed.