@refrigerator - Thanks for your interest! I rate the risk as “very low”, though I admit I have a hard time committing to a 1.0 release. API changes are rare, and the old API is always explicitly deprecated in one release before being removed in the following release. Releases happen roughly two-to-four times a year, so the pace of change is pretty low. If you stay up-to-date and make sure you have the Python
logging module configured to show warnings. you’ll never be caught by surprise.