You can always use “Ask for Help” button if you are stuck
All videos and guides are written by volunteers, the curriculum is massive, it seems that some are just still missing
that is not practical, considering I’d have to probably ask for help on at least 50% of the exercises.
Well, all the videos are made by other users - so if no one did a video… you can check the FreeCodeCamp YouTube channel to check if you want to be sure
FreeCodeCamp is completely user powered, if there is not something yet it means that a user just has not done that yet
There is nothing wrong asking on 50% of the questions or browsing the forum for other threads on the same thing
The hundreds of separate challenges in the curriculum are written and maintained by volunteers who have lives and jobs outside of this, but yes, not including video tutorials is definitely laziness, better crack the whip a bit harder!
In all seriousness, this is an issue, but there isn’t a staff to do this, a team of paid writers and developers and filmmakers who can just fix everything all at once