I think not to do so is unhelpful, actually -- if you don't realize they're are JITs for Python and Lua that aren't being included in the benchmarks, you will come away with a completely wrong impression about the possible performance of those languages.
edit: what spion said in their comment
For a couple of years I've wanted to "cull the herd" but
my curiosity (and interest in promoting experimental
language implementations) stopped me doing so.
The most that Alex Gaynor's nonsense did was prompt me
once more to consider whether the time was ripe.
"Because I want to do fewer chores not more!"
>>a completely wrong impression<<
"These are not the only compilers and interpreters.
These are not the only programs that could be written.
These are not the only tasks that could be solved.
These are just 10 tiny examples."
And let's say this site becomes really popular. And people start posting articles like, "wow, dilap is like 10x prettier than igouy in ever single way!"
And then igouy's friends go, "whoaaaa, hold on a minute, those are terrible photo's of ioguy! he can really look much better than that!"
And then I'm like, "Hey, I ain't got time for this -- I told you already these are not the only photos in the world. Go take your own photos if you want a different comparison!"
That's what you're saying.
Measurement is highly specific -- the time taken for
this benchmark task, by this program, with this
programming language implementation, with these
options, on this computer, with these workloads.
But don't send photos of your cousins, and your buddies cousins, and...