I find it odd that a company that is suppose to support game content developers and creators doesn't truly operate on the weekends and holidays. CurseForge I'm talking about you. They have a skeletal staff at best and on many occasions (this where at best comes, that's sarcasm) they person elected to be the goat (that's what I'm going to call the position) couldn't be arsed to manage any of the approval queues.
The reality is likely more grim. CurseForge only hires people to moderate the queues that live locally to the company campus. Yes, I verified this. Meaning the gamers they have hired to help moderate live in Los Angeles, California. This drastically limits their pool of moderators. Bear in mind that CurseForge is owned by Twitch. Twitch, I'm not sure yet because I've not gotten that verification, may or may not have the same policy, I'm thinking they don't as they seem to have a fairly easy time of setting up venues all through the world and they operate on weekends and holidays at full capacity. Let's just call this the mouth of the rabbit hole.
Follow that hole deep enough (really only one branch) and you will hit the rabbit's den, which is Amazon. Amazon owns Twitch.
I'm just linking all this together, because we have a game content hosting company that can't seem to get its act together on weekends and holidays that is owned by two parent companies is direct ascension above it that have no problems staff their fleet on holidays and weekends.