Yesterday, I had a look at the new Literature Stack Exchange. It said that the site was going to be in private beta for at least 5 more days.
When I visit it from my PC today, I see that it is open. It is still listed as "private beta" in Area 51, but when I visit https://literature.stackexchange.com I see the list of questions, not the "at least 5 more days page".
When I visit literature.stackexchange.com on my phone, I still get the "in private beta for at least 5 more days" page. It does not matter whether I'm logged on to Stack Exchange or not on the phone, I get the "5 more days" page in both cases.
@rene observes (in their comment) that they also cannot yet see the question list on Literature.SE .
So, out of curiosity: what's going on here? Is the site out of private beta, and is this perhaps a load balancing issue? And if so, why would it say "at least 5 more days" and then go to public beta overnight?
Or is there a bug that allows some users to already see the site, even if they shouldn't?
Does it have anything to do with the fact that the private beta apparently started on a Wednesday, rather than a Tuesday as usual?