[gnome.org #17043] AutoReply: Application received from Martin Abente Lahaye (martin.abente.lahaye AT gmail.com)


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Full Name: Martin Abente Lahaye
Email:     martin.abente.lahaye AT gmail.com

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Contributions Summary:
During the last two years as GNOME Foundation member, I have:

Continued to contribute to open source projects that are built on top of the GNOME stack. Some notable 
examples are:
* The applications, toolkit and desktop for the Sugar Learning Platform [1,2,3].
* The offline-content applications framework for the Endless OS [4,5].
* The hack-able applications framework for the HACK platform [6].

Participated in community events, such as:
* Recipes Hackfest in Yogyakarta - Indonesia in 2018 [7].
* Linux App Summit in Barcelona - Spain in 2019 [8].

Joined the GNOME Engagement team [9], where I am hoping to:
* Push forward the University Outreach program during 2020.
* Help with translations for the GUADEC 2020 organizing team.

1. https://sugarlabs.org/
2. https://github.com/sugarlabs
3. https://flathub.org/apps/search/sugarlabs
4. https://endlessos.com/
5. https://github.com/endlessm
6. https://www.hack-computer.com
7. https://blogs.gnome.org/tchx84/2018/03/09/recipes-hackfest-2018/
8. https://blogs.gnome.org/tchx84/2019/11/22/linux-app-summit-2019-and-sugar-learning-tools/
9. https://wiki.gnome.org/Engagement/TeamMeetings/25-October-2019

Robert McQueen, ramcq gnome org
Philip Chimento, pchimento@gnome org
Kristi Progri, kprogri gnome org

[Application received at Tue Jan 7 3:00:52 2020 (Eastern time)]

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