[gnome.org #15568] Your GNOME Foundation Membership: Old Application

Hi Hyungwon,

How are you doing? It's been a while since we last heard from you. After these months, you might want to 
updated your application to join the GNOME Foundation with your latest contributions to GNOME.

To keep things organized, we're closing this old membership application of yours. You're more than welcome to 
apply again at https://www.gnome.org/foundation/membership/apply/. 

We're looking forward to hear from you again!

Best wishes,
Kunal Jain,
GNOME Foundation Membership Committee

On Wed Apr 12 05:38:39 2017, foundationmembershipcommittee wrote:
Contact Information

Full Name: Hyungwon Hwang
Email:     hyungwon.hwang7 AT gmail.com

Mail alias: Yes
Mail alias username: hwh
Jabber Account: Yes

Contributions Summary:
This is the bugzilla issues which I was related with:

I contributed to Gnome project as my hobby, I am interested in Mutter
and Gnome-shell, especially in the transition from X11 to Wayland.

You can check my  work categorized .

Patches submitted and merged: Implemented code for transition to
- DND to overview is broken on

Patches submitted and merged: Simple bugfix
- Huge memory usage related with changing
- pnp-ids: return dynamically allocated string

Patches submitted, not merged but resolved with other's patch
- window-list: duplicate style definition in classic.css, button has
wrong style (https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=775282)
- St unable the use the Clipboard under Wayland

Reviewed other's patches
- Memory leak in
- [PATCH] GDBusMethodInvocation: don't bother sending method returns
to uninterested callers
- Calling "g_main_context_pending" increases reference count for the
ready sources (https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=479787)
- some GIO tests' arbitrary timeouts are too short
- Memory leak in gdbusproxy.c


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