I’ve taken the post of editor of GNOME Planet with Vincent in 2009. Since then, the approval process for new feeds received a couple of important improvements. First, we made the process more transparent by publicly processing all requests in GNOME’s Bugzilla. Secondly, we added clarity to the process by writing down a set of guidelines detailing how requests are processed.
But it’s been some time that I haven’t been dedicating enough time to process new requests. It’s time to pass the ball to someone who will be able to process the requests more promptly while still ensuring the high quality of the aggregated content. So, I hereby announce that Alberto Ruiz is now replacing me as co-editor of Planet GNOME. He has already done a great job in processing existing requests and I am confident that he’ll continue to do so. Welcome Alberto!