A few months have passed since New Responsibilities was posted, so I thought I would provide an update.
Of all the freedesktop projects I created and maintained, only one doesn't have a new maintainer, low-memory-monitor.
As for the other daemons:
- switcheroo-control got picked up by Jonas Ådahl, one of the mutter maintainers. I'm looking forward to seeing this merge request fixed so we can have better menu items on dual-GPU systems
- iio-sensor-proxy added Dylan Van Assche to its maintenance team, assisting Guido Günther.
- power-profiles-daemon is now maintained by Marco Trevisan. It recently got support for separate system and CPU power profiles, and display power saving features are in the works.
(As an aside, there's posturing towards replacing power-profiles-daemon with tuned in Fedora. I would advise stakeholders to figure out whether having a large Python script in the boot hot path is a good idea, taking a look at bootcharts, and then thinking about whether hardware manufacturers would be able to help with supporting a tool with so many moving parts. Useful for tinkering, not for shipping in a product)
Since mid-August, I've joined the Platform Enablement Team. Right now, I'm helping out with maintenance of the Bluetooth kernel stack in RHEL (and thus CentOS).
Before being moved to a different project, and apart from the usual and very time-consuming bug triage, user support and project maintenance, I also worked on a few new features. I have a few posts planned that will lay that out.