Also, the state of bugs.mysql.com: unhealthy (last paragraph below, but this would be too long a title).
I have been complaining for some time about Planet MySQL filtering content that I think it should not. Shlomi made a courageous decision on this and explained it in his recent post (Pulling his blog out of Planet MySQL aggregator, over community concerns). I am thinking of doing the same. What are your thoughts on this ? Please share them in the comments below (or on Shlomi's blog).
I also have concerns about bugs.mysql.com. Some bugs are handled badly and comments are made private because they violate marketing rules. Valerii is covering this subject well in his Blog of (former?) MySQL Entomologist.
Update 2020-04-05: I wrote a follow-up post on this: Planning for the AFTER Planet MySQL (bis).
Update 2020-04-24: Federico Razzoli is following Shlomi's example and is giving details in his post About Planet MySQL.
Update 2020-05-04: Mark Callaghan indicated that he is also removing his blog from Planet MySQL.
Update 2020-05-09: Inventory of other complaints about Planet MySQL: