The summer is coming to the end as well as my GSoC17 happy days. So, now it’s time to sum up the results and say goodbye to the GSoC until the next year.
Working on the Heralding project was awesome experience for me. I feel I did something helpful, fun and challenging at the same time. I hadn’t wanted anything else before the summer!
Almost all the code, I wrote during the summer, was merged and can be found here:
My summer plan is 100% complete, so according to it, nothing is left to do.
But there is much work beyond the plan:
New “logging” branch was created. We are developing the protocols, where we can log the username, but not the password. All future PRs will be merged to “logging” branch.
Honestly, when I started working on Heralding, I didn’t think I would have any difficult challenges during the summer. I was wrong:
I want to thank my mentor, Johnny Vestergaard, for responsible approach, professionalism, patience and many-many other cool things, which I faced during the summer.
I want to thank The Honeynet Project administrators for true taking care of students.
I want to thank Google for a great possibility to dive into the world of open source.