Well, 675 days later I did this for you ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
We don\t need another one of those…
If you're going to submit every patch release, we'll remove the submissions. Only promote significant updates please.
Here's a crayz idea: Just use a RSS feed.
If you are going to post a component every day, I'll remove the submissions.
Publish a number of them and then make an announcement that the first batch or version or whatever is ready.
This is getting quite spamish…
Usually, you'll have to click _edit comment_ and remove all the text to delete a comment, but there's a limited time period to edit one's comment.
For now, don't worry about it. Your goal was to Ask EJS, and you did ask us indeed. :)
[Moderation note: I've updated your submission, but I'm not able to remove your comment, would you mind removing it? Thanks in advance.]
I think the term "brittle code" coined by Ryan Florence fits perfectly here: The code is so DRY that it's brittle.