I don't say that often, but you should do less releases.
That means: implement a new feature, wait for a week or two in case another pops up or in case users directly pulling from git report a bug.
If it's a security thing or a severe bug, then you can ofc do a bugfix release excluding any feature addition.
It's hard to keep up with the version bumps and I cannot provide a live ebuild based on the git repository without fearing to crush a users browser profile.
You can also do pre-releases. I just want a more reliable release scheme.
This is good feedback to get, will take under advisement and thanks for the mentor-ship.