From a runtime-stability point of view, I expect this release just works, even if it is tagged as an alpha-release. At least for me this branch has been running in production for a couple of years now.
However, do note that from a development perspective, a lot of things may change before this goes into (or becomes) an official XINS 3 release. This requires agreement with other involved parties, especially Anthony Goubard (official XINS maintainer) and Online (copyright owner of most of the code).
Some of the things still high on my TODO-list:
- get rid of all deprecation warnings by either resolving or suppressing them, depending on what is more appropriate
- further change the code to use type-safe collections where possible, using generics
- merge with official XINS 2.x changes