Although I would prefer that RuneScape gold quests be released at a slower rate as they are but those quests delight me. Since 2009, there's not been a single quest that has been ranked in my top 10 favorite quests. (The Chosen Commander) And when they released "The Mighty Fall" (which confused me in the way they incorporated the Dorgeshunn the quest line was supposed to be finished by now) and I was of the opinion that they should of quit while they were ahead and left the Cave goblins out of the picture.
It was a typical quest with nothing to make it that special. There were 3 boss fights. The quest also required running through a space that was made for it.
In regards to the absence of quests altogether I believe one of the reasons we're seeing less quests is that we already have a lot. We're at 200 and, in 2005, when there were only 29 new quests were being offered, it were certainly not that many.
In the Completionist Cape world, the most frequent response to quests these days is "2 hours to get my back rip". They go through the quest as fast as they can without ever really paying attention to any of the story or content. They would definitely not vote in a poll for more quests. So I think the polling method might not work. I think that fewer quests will have higher quality. They're doing a great job at the moment however the quality isn't as great.
I find it annoying the fact that there's not enough quests. I cannot name more than three quests that were released in 2013, but there could have been more. It seems like there are not any updates. While the development team of RS3 appears to be at minimum ten times larger than the one of Old School Runescape they seem to create a similar amount of content, despite the absence of treasure hunter items. While RS3 content seems richer and easier to make, it is nevertheless disappointing. Imagine what cheap OSRS gold they did during the nine months of 2004.