Let me get this straight- you don't know what you're doing, and you want to write a test to see if people know what they're doing? Let's pull the math analogy here. You don't know Calculus, but you want to write a Calc I test to see if a math grad student knows his stuff?
In software, there is something known as feeping creatures. When you want one thing done, it often times grows in scope. This is true as the code base continues to grow. Sometimes a "basic coder" can't and won't cut it. Make sure you have your expectations aligned with reality here, or someone will be disappointed.
Also, just as no2pencil expressed that ideas are a dime a dozen, I want to quote these rules from your forum.
On this server there is a pecking order. You *WILL* run into elite members. These people are either friends, donators, developers, very helpful, or have simply been here a very long time. These people have priority over you. This is life, deal with it. Let me say it again...
THESE PEOPLE ARE BETTER THAN YOU ARE.
5: We do not need you, seriously... F-OFF.
Players are a dime a dozen and bandwidth is limited. Really, we can fill this server in a heart beat without even trying. So don't think, "Oh! the customer comes first" or "I'll just leave and they will get less popular because of me" No... sorry... your not that important. Not to this world or any other. This place runs on survival of the fittest. The best of the best work round the clock to make things go smoothly. You are not automatically one of these people. And yes, we CAN ban you for absolutely no reason at all. Even if it's simply just to make you angry.
Given those rules, why would people be inclined to join your project?