Leif Holmlid has just published a new astrophysics paper - mainstream scientists seem to be accepting his work now (at least in astrophysics) - be worth replicating his work now more than anything else because this would establish a basic working theory for not only how Mizuno's reactor works but also the underlying mechanism for all LENR. Then he should be awarded the Nobel Prize.
Holmlid has always written papers well enough to be published. it is not too difficult, you follow the correct forms, detail some results, etc. Where LENR work does not get published these forms are generally not followed.
As to whether others accept his work, you need to look at who cites his papers and what they say about it.
Generally, until others outside the parent group cite a novel set of papers you don't really know what view is taken of them.
The issue with Holmlid for LENR is that his work claims plentiful emission of high energy products, whereas the rest of LENR (almost always) does not.