Good news, decent list. Valve loves their automation, seemingly to a fault when Greenlight is concerned, so the return of some aspect of curation over these past few months is most welcome. Especially when a game is on the cusp of release like DiveKick - to not have to focus time and energy into wrangling up internet votes with no guarantee it'll make top 10 by August (or at all) sounds like a big relief.
Also happy to see some longtime submissions stuck in Greenlight hell on there, another good sign. Gives hope for those that probably have given up by now, even if they deserve to be on Steam from a quality standpoint. Greenlight may still be experimental, obtuse and a pain in the ass to wade through, but at least they're being flexible with rules that don't work in practice.