As came up - a bit off-topic - in this thread, it might be a good idea to actively monitor and maintain regularly used Chaotic-AUR-packages.
In my opinion, a few things would be neccessary for that.
On the Arch Linux page there is a tab titled "AUR", where the packages available in the AUR are shown, can be searched and discussed and a maintainer is displayed. I wonder if it were possible to take a similar approach here, with a databank of the Chaotic AUR. Maybe a link that leads to the Chaotic-AUR-page where a databank would be present?
Secondly, the developers of this distribution aren't made of time, so volunteers would be needed to actively check packages before they are being released. Some sort of "protocol" (like a checklist) would be nice for that so that it is as easy as possible for users to get into maintaining some - or even only one - package(s).
I don't know how automated that sort of thing could be made. The developers and Chaotic-AUR-maintainers will have a better understanding for that - if via notifications per E-Mail, a second repo ("Chaotic-AUR-testing" or whatnot), I'm not sure.