[gnome.org #2533] AutoReply: Application received from Sanford Armstrong (sanfordarmstrong AT gmail.com)

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Contact Information:
Name: Sanford Armstrong
E-mail: sanfordarmstrong AT gmail.com
irc.gnome.org nickname (if any): sandy
cvs.gnome.org username (if any): sharm

Previous GNOME Foundation member: no

GNOME contributions:

tomboy, search-party

Detailed description:
* Updated Win32 port to version 0.3.5.
* Helped get Tomboy into GNOME by providing plug-in to import notes from the Sticky Notes applet.
* Active in mailing lists and bugzilla.
* Currently doing refactoring work in tomboy-portable branch.  Should make it easier to create/maintain ports 
to other platforms (like win32).
* Would like to be eligible to be a mentor for Google SoC.

Search Party
* SoC 2005 project; mentor was Seth Nickell.
* Met project goals, but abandoned shortly after SoC ended.  Scope of project was fairly intimidating 
(useless without millions of users).

Boyd Timothy (btimothy gmail com) (tomboy maintainer);
Alex Graveley (alex beatniksoftware com) (original tomboy maintainer)

Other comments:
I'd just like to say that I'm a long time GNOME user (since 2000).  I evangelize among my peers and 
occasionally at the local LUG.  Although my contributions until now have been minor, I am increasing my 
participation in the community and aspire to help GNOME achieve greatness.

Thanks for your consideration.

[Application received at Tue Feb 27 17:02:46 2007 (Eastern time)]

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