In August 2019, I set up an XLX reflector for D-STAR that can be accessed via personal hotspots and repeaters with internet access.
The reflector is numbered XLX678 and the dashboard can be accessed
To connect your hotspot or repeater to XLX678, you should be able to link as REF678, XRF678 or DCS678, dependent on your preferred protocol. So, for example, if you wished to connect to module B, you would enter DCS678BL into the ‘Direct Input (UR)’ field on your radio.
This is very much a new work in progress and the reflector is likely to be very quiet! The XLX protocol enables transcoding to DMR and Yaesu System Fusion reflectors too, however, this requires an AMBE hardware encoder to be directly connected to the server. The XLX678 server is located in a datacentre in France and therefore is not possible for me to do at this time. Perhaps in the future!