And I'm back with yet another exciting yet boring screenshot.
Goddamn, you may be saying.
I'm sick of these fucking screenshots of email. And I'd agree with you there; it's really boring to stare at a mail client all day debugging the mail server. But these screenshots are what I'm currently living for.
What's special about this one? you ask. This is a screenshot of Thunderbird's search dialog. As you can see, this particular search dialog is searching emails stored in Aarmap. Email search, as you recall, was the last thing I needed to get working. It works. Meaning that with 5 days to go in the quarter, I have a feature-complete implementation of my senior project. This combined with me being done with my security project means I am two demos, some proofreading, and a poster away from completing the coursework required for a Computer Science degree. The next couple days will likely be spent doing these three things, with an emphasis on making sure the demos will go smoothly (read: see what I can get away with doing without causing things to crash). I just might get some sleep this week.
I demoed both my security project (a covert channel through the Time to Live field in an IP packet header) and Aarmap to my security professor/senior project advisor. Both demos went without a hitch, working properly. I was actually a lot rougher with Aarmap than I usually am since things were going slowly (Dominique's not a particularly fast machine). But it handled everything flawlessly, and my advisor seemed impressed. So now I'm down to proofreading/finalizing the writeup and doing the security poster.