Is Guile Emacs, the project to integrate a guile-based elisp interpreter, still alive?

It was making headway a few years ago, and seemed like a promising project. Is it on hold because of lack of interest or time? Or is it awaiting a maturation of the guile language itself?

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    This question is intensely tied to the context of the current time; its answers may no longer be valid years in the future. How are questions like this handled?
    – PythonNut
    Jul 21 '16 at 3:00
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    That goes for lots of kinds of question, though. Answers relating to a current version of Emacs might not be valid years in the future. Everything here is time-stamped, so no one will be confused in the future about when the information was current.
    – phils
    Jul 21 '16 at 10:52

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