Yeah, that's what I mean with "after some clicking". The page you point at has four Ponie related links:
- The initial press release of July 2003.
- A 9 point FAQ, which would suggest Ponie is finished in summer 2005 (because the estimate is 2 years). Of course, this could mean the FAQ isn't being maintained.
- A plan with 3 milestones. No information on how many milestones have been reached.
- A download page, with a tarball of the very first snapshot. The files in this snapshot are dated August 21, 2003.
Now, there might be a flurry of activity round Ponie, and perhaps it's close to being released. But judging from the website, it's all but dead.