Well, to start with, script requests have to be pretty detailed if you want more people willing to volunteer. Sorry to say this, but your description is pretty vague. Yes, I understand that you shared a video demonstrating what it is that you want, but I'm afraid not everyone is willing to watch; other than that, boss requests are lesser to be scripted taking in mind the time and testing it requires. Depending on the difficulty of actually creating it, the script could take days or even weeks depending on the developer's schedule.
Now, don't let me get your hopes down either. What I suggest are the following points. First, always be modest and well mannered. Think of how to ask for requests, because trust me, it's easier for someone to agree if you ask nicely rather than demanding. Second, (and this one is important), always be specific. Scripting and programming need specific steps in order for something to be created, and it makes it easier for someone to take the task at hand given all the important stuff would be covered. On boss requests, the following things should be considered:
- What size do I want the enemy to be? 1x1? 3x3?
- The attacks you want: At what rate? (5 seconds? 5 min? Every 10 min?) What pattern do they move in? What damage do they do to Link?
- Enemy movement pattern: Walking towards Link? Flying? Random movement?
Anyway, I would suggest to rethink your request and add some of the missing info by taking in mind the questions I made above. Likewise, those are only example points, but they do serve for planning out exactly what you want and how you want it to behave.
Still, don't get down if no one actually scripts it. Like I said, not everyone has time or is willing to take such requests, but that's how it is sadly.