[Question] Is MIRI’s reading list up to date?

Question especially for MIRI folks:

The MIRI reading list has not changed very much in several years. But MIRI-associated researchers have been producing what appears to be a significant number of new research directions—for example, Cartesian Frames, Finite Factored Sets, Infra-Bayesianism, and a lot of Stuart Armstrong’s research.

Is the research guide up to date and sufficient for contributing to all the different research directions that MIRI is pursuing?