Personally I can't think of much that requires less skill than sitting with 10-15 of your mates on a gate waiting for a ship to come through then popping it.
My joy comes from roaming the depths of lowsec hunting suitable targets. Building my knowledge of ships and fits to know what's worth taking on and what you need to leave well alone. The thrill of first catching a ship on your 360 scan then narrowing it down checking the pilot, looking for their possible back up in system then warping to where you think they may be with modules hot and finger on the trigger finger is, for me, second to none.
So, what I'm interested to know is where is that fun to be had camping gates? There must be some otherwise surely those wastes of skin who partake in it wouldn't do it. Is it simply to add to your killboard? Hardly a skilled kill though is it? That would be like including hedgehogs on the scoreboard of 'Deathrace 2000' or shooting fish in a barrel.
When I look at my killboard and of those of my corp mates I know that the kills on them were all born of the hunt and effective tracking and that we all experienced the thrill of not really knowing what the outcome was likely to be. When the campers look at theres do they simply note, 'another ship that warped into the system with which I boosted my clearly dominant ego.'
Now, you may be able to tell that I have recently lost some Isk to gatecamps. Not a lot and that's really not the point. The point is - is that really fun to do? Somebody please tell me.
If you DO enjoy it - head off to nullsec there's a good puppy and play with others who appreciate your style. Or join the scouts and do it properly in the woods with bears to play with.