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Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2015 13:56:00 +0300
From: Shinnok <>
Subject: Re: Mathieu's weekly report #6

> On Jun 9, 2015, at 5:52 AM, Mathieu Laprise <> wrote:
> Accomplishments:
> - Adapt HashTypeChecker to JohnHandler interface
> <>
> - Implement 1.5.1 password guessing
> <>
> - Implement a part of multiple session management : instead of always using session "default.rec", I implemented a feature to load previous session with a session history (see screenshot at)
> <>
> Priorities:
> Shinnok and Frank discussed about the other parts of multiple session management and right now Shinnok is no more convinced that we need more than session history at this point for this task so I'll switch to another task regarding the settings until a decision is taken for multiple session management. For more information, this discussion highlights the priorities.
> On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 3:59 PM, Shinnok < <>> wrote:
> I'm also not 100% convinced anymore we need more than just session history at this point. This needs much more thinking and a couple more prerequisite tasks before we can embark in this journey, which could get hairy. Like the Settings one, Mathieu, so at this point that one takes priority over this one. After you finish the session history of course.
> I'm lacking the time to scour for the e-mails that consolidated the need for running multiple sessions concurrently, I faintly remember some arguments from Aleksey, so maybe he can get back to us on this matter.
> Okay, I will do that. Which task are you referring to by the "Settings one" ? Are you talking about this issue <> or "when we load a session, we populate the UI with the settings(exemple check the --fork chekbox) ?

Less explicit copy paste in the reports would be nice. Try to summarize what happened with your words. This is a thought and clear vision process on your side as much as it is a report for us.

You also missed some important bits like, started discussion regarding the next release and asked for feedback on that matter from the lists.

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