Re: Fwd: [gnome.org #12578] Application received from Simon Schampijer (simon AT schampijer.de)
- From: "Simon Schampijer via RT" <membership-applications gnome org>
- To: membership-committee gnome org
- Subject: Re: Fwd: [gnome.org #12578] Application received from Simon Schampijer (simon AT schampijer.de)
- Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2012 19:16:41 +0000
On 02/24/2012 07:09 PM, membership-applications gnome org wrote:
This is forward of transaction #167634 of a ticket #12578
Hey Simon :-)
thanks for applying as a GNOME Foundation Member.
a recent bug contribution:
The link to the bug is very good and helpful. But can you elaborate on
your contributions list?
And while providing contacts is not necessary, it makes our work much
easier, so I ask you to provide contacts and their details.
Looking forward to your input,
I have been contributing to the pygobject project. For example I
provided the patch of 669264 . I finalized Tomeuâs/Johnâs patches for
(663052  and 644926 ) as well a few days ago, and have been
participating at the related hackfests  and . That is why I
thought Tomeu Vizoso (tomeu vizoso collabora co uk) who is a pygobject
contributor and GNOME member would be a good contact.
Just a few days ago I have been contributing to the GTK+ hackfest in
I am a Sugar  maintainer and developer working for OLPC . We are
actually using the GNOME stack to build our learning platform, I gave a
talk about that interaction a few days ago . I would like to foster
that relationship. So I think a first step is to become a member of
GNOME and as well I hope to share experiences when using the GNOME stack
with blog posts and keep the community updated on progress in this
"GNOME spin" and keep on contributing as a developer.
I hope this gives a better insight.
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