SCORM has been a part of Moodle for as long as I have been involved in using Moodle. Let's seen now, mmm that would be in 2005 I joined my first Moodle. Took me a while to get involved in the community, but got here eventually. Reality Check: SCORM 2004????? Could it be possible that a nearly 10year old standard has been left behind? The basic idea of SCORM is OK, but is it possible that other Web 2, PHP based and now HTML5 tools are actually better? Just have to find one, or make it for yourself - it would not be too difficult. I have used Reload and cannot remember why I don't use it anymore, I don't think it runs in 64Bit systems, or was it I didn't have the time to build the resource... perhaps both of them.
If you were to suggest that Moodle could be a lot better in the interactive stuff, yes, I would agree with that. If you were to suggest that Moodle needs a more designer/user friendly interface, I would agree with that too. If you went on and suggested that the Moodle wiki sucks, or that a number of routine admin tasks are often problematic, backups usually, I would agree there too. But, I must object to the idea that the simplistic comments you make are in any way reasonable or valid - simply they are not.
Moodle is flawed, certainly, but it is very much a work in progress. It is constructed by a very small team of people assisted by a lot of volunteers. Things actually move forward surprisingly quickly but the technologies around Moodle are changing all the time. It must be horrendous trying to keep up with it all. I know of more than one rather large company who would love to remain as current as Moodle does and I still have no idea how they manage to do that.
In the end, the question I ask is "Why is there no SCORM 2008?" Oh sorry, there was something different, it is called "Tin Can API" and was released April 2013 - might want to check that out. It also might take a while to be properly incorporated into Moodle, perhaps even a v2.5.x, but I am sure it won't be too long.