Or, to put it more it more concisely: Yes, there's a delay.
Well, not exactly.
A delay is something that is due to unforeseen events affecting the otherwise correctly and logically determined "delivery date".
With software projects (generally) and with free ones (particularly) the "delivery date" is only something that the project developer(s) make public without any possible way to know if it is - even vaguely - accurate, nor with any particular reason/will to actually try and respect it.
The difference is that the "expected" is usually nothing more than "wishful thinking", there is nothing particularly "bad" in this approach, as long as the "intended audience" is aware of the "volatile" nature of this pseudo-scheduling.
If you believe that the projected delivery date is in any way reliable, you may feel deluded if (when) it won't happen, if you know from the start that it is a form of "fantasy" (mind you most often in perfect good will), you are more likely to live happily without worries until (if) the thingy is actually delivered.