Hm, well, it makes me glad I'm not part of your RP, because I couldn't be bothered to read all that. Partly because I'm simply lazy of course, but also because I'm not sure I actually get value for the time spent. I'm not sure I actually care about most of the stuff when people make a page long post. A fundamental part of roleplaying is that interactive, that there's interaction. Long posts are a bit selfish in a sense, in that it's more about the details and inner feelings and minutia of your own character, rather than just giving your actions for the other party to respond to in an efficient manner. So it's not a compliment no.
But not a really an insult either, probably just YMMW. If you're into it, if you like not just writing long posts, but also reading each others, then that's cool, I'm just not really into it.
I'm also much of the mind of Tuor and Karo here:
Tuor wrote:Haha, is there a post length minimum here I'm not aware of?
There was never a true set minimum, but there was strong encouragement to have quality posts. A lot of people just assumed that wordy and quality were the same things.
Karo wrote:It was assumed that posts should be at least more than one sentence, but that was it really. Most of us just wound up feeding off of each other as our writing improved.
Though, I think another factor is time efficiency. You don't know when the other guy is going to be online to post his response, so you want to get as much shit done in one post as possible. Like when two characters are having a conversation and they make this big-ass posts with multiple questions and statements in each. Which is really artificial and doesn't resemble realistic dialogue at all. It becomes problematic when people do this EVEN when the other person is online and they could just short-fire lines out like people actually do when they talk, just because they're used to making big posts at a time.