As far as I know a pronoun "I" is usually omitted when personal achievements are being described (writing in "First person implied"). For example it's better to write:
Performed a review of the project's source code.
I performed a review of the project's source code.
But the second statement I want to write is
For each review issue I proposed a way to fix it.
and it just seems to me that omitting "I" here looks a little unusual:
For each review issue proposed a way to fix it.
Am I right? And If I am, then what is the correct, natural way to write that?