I looked at the site when this announcement was posted. Noted that it's owned by The Perl Foundation, which is the promoter of "Perl6", and that the redesigned site made mention of planning content about both languages. Decided to hold my peace at the time, but concluded that it would prove to be mostly a TPF/P6 coup.
Didn't take long.
See this article there, in which one of the TPF committee members proposes a couple of new strategies for how "P6" can better suck the life out of Perl, errrr, sorry, "how the Perl 5 to P6 'migration' can be accelerated" ... and the Reddit discussion that followed, with comments from many of today's most active CPAN authors.
The way forward always starts with a minimal test.