[gnome.org #17068] AutoReply: Application received from Cassidy James Blaede (c AT ssidyjam.es)


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Full Name: Cassidy James Blaede
Email:     c AT ssidyjam.es

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Mail alias: Yes
Mail alias username: cassidyjames
Jabber Account: No

Contributions Summary:
I am an existing GNOME Foundation member seeking renewal. Over the past two years I have given talks at LAS 
2018 (https://las.gnome.org/conferences/LAS/program/proposals/13, 
https://las.gnome.org/conferences/LAS/program/proposals/14), LAS 2019 (https://youtu.be/YQBuFm4gx7s), and 
GUADEC 2019 (https://youtu.be/gi_3b81eBUE). I have also helped initiate GNOME and FreeDesktop-wide 
discussions about dark style preferences 
(https://blog.elementary.io/the-need-for-a-freedesktop-dark-style-preference/) by documenting existing 
platforms and conducting a user study (https://blog.elementary.io/user-interface-study-findings/). I also 
helped initiate and steer vendor styling and theming API discussions. At elementary, I have continued to use 
and provide feedback to GNOME technologies, including writing a GTK and WebKitGTK based web browser 
(https://github.com/cassidyjames/ephemeral/) and documenting and driving the effort to fix dark style support 
in WebKitGTK and Epiphany (https://cassidy
 james.com/dark-demo/). I also attended the GNOME Parental Control and Metered Data hackfest 
(https://blog.elementary.io/parental-controls-metered-data-hackfest/), sharing our existing work from 
elementary and helping to shape the feature for GNOME upstream.

Over the coming years I plan to help formalize a FreeDesktop dark style preference specification, help design 
and build a new Flatpak administration and submission back-end for elementary AppCenter and Flathub, and help 
elementary move to a completely Flatpak based desktop that is more intercompatible with GNOME apps.

Sriram Ramkrishna <sri ramkrishna me>
Robert McQueen <ramcq gnome org>
Allan Day <aday gnome org>
Ian Santopietro <isantop gmail com>
Tobias Bernard <hi tobiasbernard com>

[Application received at Sun Feb 2 21:39:00 2020 (Eastern time)]

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