The Journal of Philosophy has implemented a major change in how it handles submissions. From its website:
All manuscripts should be thoroughly prepared for double-blind refereeing, with any and all revealing references to the author removed, including personal acknowledgments. Any submission which does not adequately take steps to conceal the identity of its author will not be read.
I’d say this is a welcome development.
(H/T: Anon commenter on Leiter’s blog.)