I am working longer hours to help pay for the latest round of junkets and excess incurred by my overlords. The difficulty I have in regards to testing is the sporadic moments of time I have for doing this type of activity and also there's often too much setup/cleanup which eats in to already precious time.
The best I could offer was to run your script (in it's current state) in a VM, but I figured you probably have done that and given the sandboxy nature of VM, I'd be unlikely to uncover any problem that you hadn't already.
There is a lot of Linux software 'on the move' right now and it might be that distraction that's keeping everyone busy. So I'm saying, if your project works for you no matter how you grade it, why not work toward getting it to run on one simple configuration (pref a vbox VM) and public release it with that caveat. Those who need specific changes can then ask for specific features.
Don't stop now, it's only been five weeks since you made the first announcement.