Splitflap can be considered stable. No backward-incompatible changes are planned.
See Splitflap’s issues tracker on Github for any known problems with the library, or to report problems.
The Atom 1.0 and RSS 2.0 specs do not contemplate or allow for the use of non-ASCII characters in email addresses or domain names, which is a defect considering that non-English alphabets are in widespread use for both of these things.
At this early stage I have chosen to enforce the standards as written, for consistency’s sake. I do plan to add a parameter which would cause dns-domain? and email-address? to validate strings according to some alternative scheme that allows for non-ASCII characters. In order to do this correctly, though, I need to educate myself about any standards that exist in this area.
Added zero-arity form of infer-moment to get current moment
Splitflap is provided under the terms of the Blue Oak 1.0.0 license.