It could always help to have such tools, thank you.
If you put it on github e.g. we can raise feature requests or contribute.
Or you release it as addon in the tools category here, which is a good way to find them too.
I think i will let the project on github (and published on npm). For the esoui webpage, i can automate the upload and the addon description based on the readme file (i don't have check the esoui api upload yet, not sure if description can be automated)