Once again, you're completely ignoring all existing knowledge and expertise on open collaboration and trying to reinvent the world. It's *not going to happen*.
The standard library is just the curated core, and *yes*, it's damn hard to get anything added to it (deliberately so). There's a place where anyone can post anything they want, and see if others find it useful: PyPI.
The standard library provides tools to upload to PyPI, and, as of 3.3, will even include tools to download and install from it.
If you don't like our ecosystem (it's hard to tell whether or not you do: everything you post is about how utterly awful and unusable everything is, yet you're still here years later).
If you think the PyPI UI is awful or inadequate, follow the example of crate.io or pythonpackage.com and *create your own*. There's far more to the Python universe than just core development, stop trying to shoehorn everything into a place where it doesn't belong.