Do you not suggest taking the front page of Rakudo.org at its word? ... I repeat though: making and meeting commitments is a prerequisite to the trust of your users.
The front page post commits to a compiler release within 3 weeks. A compiler release was made 21 days later. For more details, see this comment
I accept that your confusion could be said to be the fault of the Rakudo and/or Perl 6 projects. In particular, Rakudo.org has long needed an update to reflect what's actually going on. More generally, misinformation about Perl 6 abounds. I'm not sure it makes sense for us to go around fixing all the myriad pages about Perl 6 right now. But I acknowledge it's a big problem.
In the meantime, I again appeal to Fivers to view themselves as a 25 year older brother with a butterfly loving but late-blooming 12 year old sister. Occasional fights are OK, but, in general, be nice!
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