Feed agregated by planet.ocamlcore.org are of two types: People and Institutional.
Institutional are feeds that only handle OCaml informations. The best way to define what they are is by giving some examples:
NEWS of an ocaml project (release of OCaml, release of PXP...)
Caml Weekly News
HOWTO use planet from your RSS reader
On the planet homepage you will find four kind of feed:
Copy/paste one of this link into your favorite feed reader an enjoy planet news.
HOWTO subscribe you feed
Due to spammer, OCamlCore.org team has disabled automatic planet subscription. You can still ask to be added to the planet by submitting a bug with the title "Add URL to planet", using the host "planet.ocamlcore.org".
You need to provide three informations in the bug report:
A name for the feed, this can be your name if the feed is about a person (e.g. "Sylvain Le Gall"), or the name of the official OCaml information channel (e.g. "Caml Weekly News")
An URL for downloading the feed, this URL must give access to the RSS feed itself
Wether this feed is about a person (People) or an official OCaml information channel (Institutional). See the guideline concerning subscription for this two differents kind of feed.
Once you have provided every information, your subscription will be reviewed by an administrator and put online. If you want to have a good chance to join the feed there must be at least one post about OCaml in the most recent entries.
Follow this link to submit a bug report (a valid login to forge.ocamlcore.org is required): link
Unfortunately, we don't know how to use feeds using feedburner proxy. It redirects our request and remove the specific search for OCaml contents. For examples, we cannot ask only posts that has the "ocaml" tags using feedburner.
This make your day to day blog content mixed with pure OCaml content.