Yeah, we understand that this is not your main project or focus so we appreciate the time and enthusiasm. I'm not a developer so I can't even grasp all the hardships that come with it but I can imagine how time consuming it can be and how demanding Linux community can be . We all want things here and now and... since we do have access to many quality software, demand a lot.
I'm still in ave how @philm and the rest of the crew (not many of them) can run Manjaro so smoothly over the years. Sure, there were errors and falls but in overall, they manage to keep things working in a good quality and time. Since I am on testing and occasionally on unstable branch I could see how much of work goes to upkeep the distro. When they find time to sleep? I don't know but every day brings some issues and there is always someone there keeping the guard and ready to react if some alarming things happen. In a way, we got spoiled by their hard work.
Anyway, I can only imagine how it is for you and one person who has life, various responsibilities and goals, and a project that actually should be monitored every day. This isn't viable for a long run, you have to manage your time over other activities (also free time). That is why I said, some dev help would be needed on the long run. Or maybe with time it won't be so demanding? Who knows, again, I'm just guessing based on my observations.