A couple of minths ago (2 or 3, I believe), I started converting a lot of my python work from 2.49 to 2.5. Because some things in the API behaved rather strangely, I chekced in here, and was told that the 2.5 API was still very unstable, and that I should probably wait a bit if I wanted final, finished, and fully functional conversions of my scripts. It made perfect sense, and I have had the project on hiatus since then.
But how are things progressing with that? The main quirks I encountered were in the append/link part of the API, which had a lot of trouble at the time. But I also ran into some funny things with python-driven animations, and some other aspects of Blender programming. How stable has the API become since then, and how chiseled in stone is the syntax at this point (I remember certain functions changing syntax enough that I had to update the 2.5 scripts several times)?
I know 2.5 is still a hurricane of intense programming and constant improvement, but if I am not seeking to experiement but rather want to create stable scripts for extended use, is it a good idea for me to start, or should I wait until things are a bit calmer?