Re: Newbie to gsoc :D

Hi everybody,

I'm Emily Gonyer - gonyere on IRC, and am super excited to be in GSoC :) I'm working on GNOME-Clock with Seif Lotfy and the GNOME Design Team. I was an Outreach Program for Women intern during the last round working on the 2010/2011 GNOME Annual Report and plan to continue helping the Marketing Team as well. Otherwise, I live in the middle of nowhere Ohio, USA (aka Carroll County), an am currently a student at Kent State University. My blog's at 


On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 2:56 PM, Richard Schwarting <aquarichy gmail com> wrote:
Hello everyone.

I'm Richard Schwarting and my IRC name is aquarichy. My GSoC 2012 project focuses on GXml, adding serialisation and other features, and making it more readily usable.  I am pursuing my Masters in Natural Language Processing at the University of Guelph in Canada.  If you find yourself in southern Ontario, let me know!  This is my second year: last year I started GXml with its DOM API under my mentor Alberto Ruiz.  My project will be detailed at:

 Richard Schwarting

On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 14:05, William Ting <william h ting gmail com> wrote:
Hey guys,

I'll be working on implementing browser sync for Gnome's Epiphany this summer. My blog doesn't contain much about it now, but I expect that to change as the summer progresses. I'm a CS senior at University of Texas at Austin, but currently living in Hawaii. If any of you guys are in town, drop a line and we'll go out for drinks. :D

I look forward to working with the Gnome team and seeing everybody's work!

- William

On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 3:39 AM, Beth Hadley <bhadley mit edu> wrote:
Hi everyone, 

I am also very excited to work with GNOME this summer. I will be contributing to the GCompris software suite of activities for children. This will be my first time coding for GSoC. I am a first year student at MIT (Cambridge, USA) studying computer science. I plan to implement activities to GCompris that enhance music education for students. My proposal and a blog of my work so far is located I am thankful to my mentor for this project, Bruno Coudoin, and all the GNOME contributors that make GSoC possible.

I look forward to getting to know all of you this summer as we learn and contribute to GNOME!

~Beth Hadley

On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 2:33 AM, Fabiano Fidêncio <fabiano fidencio org> wrote:

I'm Fabiano Fidêncio (fidencio in IRC) - from Unicamp, Brazil - and,
as another 28 guys/ladies, I've been selected to GSoC 2012. I'll work
on and zeenix will be my
mentor the SoC's period :-)

And, of course, is a great pleasure enjoy GNOME community.
I wish all the best to all of us and let's hack!

BR, Mates!
See you on soon and don't hesitate to ping me for a talk. :-)
Fabiano Fidêncio
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