There are several sets of instructions in the guide that is meant to elicit feedback on the next generation installer.
The team is also looking to rename the D-Installer to another name and an openSUSE Tweet asks people to suggest a new name. The D-Installer visually checks the installation settings at a glance and is one of the key areas that the release team would like the community to focus on during the next weeks.
An installer workshop is scheduled during a community meeting on Nov. 8. People can use this feedback guide to test items for the next installer and provide feedback in the document or during the workshop.
The github page for the installer has a few listed issues and people can also contribute and provide feedback there.
The current ALP prototype only has x86-64.