The problem with that you appear as the only source for all these files and your queue will be huge and very hard to penetrate to a position where you can download. The result is that the files will take a very, very, very long time to complete, where as if you powershare for two weeks and then move on, you establish multiple full sources and the bottleneck isn't on negotiating several thousand positions in your emule queue
In actual fact, many servers will either ban you or ignore any of your shares over 100 files big... it varies from server to server(kad doesn't have a limit as such, but you have bigger over head). It is recommended that you share one or two releases rather than piling everything in your share, that way it prevents a sharing bottleneck and files become more deeply spread and easier to get. It can actually be very counter productive, sharing more than focusing your efforts on a few files and then moving on.
If you want i'll dig out a link from the creator of the emule software explaining why its bad to share lots and lots, rather than focusing your efforts on a couple of files at once. Will take a bit of digging but shouldn't be overly hard to find.
What needs to happen is that the one file gets multiple sources so your not creating an ever worsening bottleneck where people can't get at the files and more are gettting piled on top making it even harder to get the files.
I found this out the hard way many years ago
Its just impossible to share this much at once efficiently, without all the files appearing sourceless and very hard to get
Emule isn't overly advanced, and the problem with it is that queues are huge. To that end, its better to get multiple sources behind a release before moving on