It seems I have missed the topic you have made in Tips and Tricks board in the meantime. Thank you for making it known!
The script isn't licensed though, and if I remember correctly I must have mentioned that too. Please do license it, if you want it to be considered for official tools. As stated elsewhere, this is a requirement, and we are not going to have any single bit of copyrightable code that isn't properly licensed with an open license. At this time, our official mods/themes/tools, or meant to be contributed to the ecosystem of official software around SMF or package server, are either BSD 3-clause, or Mozilla 2.0, any is fine and in fact other options can be discussed, as long as it's an Open Source license, as per (minimum) OSI guidelines.