I am afraid that I have locked myself out of my own contract and that my funds are frozen inside. It would be great if someone could confirm this.
I've created the following smart contract using the ethereum wallet: 0xdCC90B1Eace5c2190F1eB2EFa36fa24f69dAD091
The account that I used to create the smart contract was as follows: 0x128e9DE813f598C24403e5F67946D11AAFcCff7e
After a series of unsuccessful attempts to transfer my funds I used the parity wallet to make changes to the contract functions themselves. I believed that the error could be fixed by making changes to the smart contract. While doing this I apparently removed myself as the only contract owner. See the following Tx Hash: 0x6affa9e915dd758efca2458b523743ff32eb3b997a351ff250c5336ad6100382
After this, nothing could be executed on the contract any more. Does this mean that I effectively removed myself from the smart contract and that all my funds are locked in there forever? And is there no other chance to access the funds and this smart contract now (and in the future)?
If so, I really think there should be some sort of standard protection, so that the contract owner cannot remove himself from the contract without notification etc...