This idea originates from another website that sells theWord modules. The idea is that you pay the website money in exchange for downloading all the modules created during the last month or quarter in various "bundles". Since he is selling access to the bundles, he cannot include copyrighted modules. The bundle automatically installs all modules from the last month or quarter.
First, I have no interest in selling modules or bundles. If figure if people wanted to pay money for Bible software, they would do exactly that with Logos or WordSearchBible or OliveTree. The whole point of the free Bible study software ministry is the world-wide free distribution of Bible study material.
Now as for the core idea of having a monthly and quarterly bundle, I don't have an issue with that. If someone wants to create such a bundle each month and quarter, and then upload it, I'm happy to create a "Download Bundle Section" for that. In fact, we could even include Copyrighted modules in the bundle because we do not sell modules.
I haven't seriously pursued this approach because I don't cater to "module collectors".
I cater to people who really want to study the Bible--not so much people who want to download thousands of modules for the pure sake of having thousands of modules. Most people seriously interested in Bible study want to cherry pick resources to build their library, rather than blindly downloading thousands of modules and then not understanding what titles they have (much less what theology they have).
Mass installing modules results in "Bible study clog". When a bundle installs all modules from the last quarter automatically, it clogs your Bible study view (tab views), and will slow down e-Sword. e-Sword just can't handle an unlimited number of modules without serious performance penalties.
Thus, it has not made sense for me to pursue this. But if someone else wants to create the archive bundles, I have no issue with it.