Jordi Boggiano (04.Mar.2011 at 11:40)
Talk at Symfony Live 2011 - Paris (English - UK)

Rating: 3 of 5

The latest NIH-syndrom-driven logging library

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Rating: 3 of 5

04.Mar.2011 at 12:23 by Christian Schaefer (35 comments)

nice looking logger. still NIH syndrom. :)

Rating: 4 of 5

04.Mar.2011 at 13:29 by Stefan Koopmanschap (342 comments)

another option to choose from? maybe I should write one myself ;)

but it looks nice, I might need to just have a simple look.

Rating: 3 of 5

05.Mar.2011 at 10:08 by David jeanmonod (26 comments)

Good initiative to try to simplify logging on sf2, but as this talk was kind of a selling session, maybe you should have been more implicated to convict people... But as I'm a very bad seller myself, I know that's is difficult.

Rating: 3 of 5

08.Mar.2011 at 11:58 by Jeremy Mikola (77 comments)

Admittedly NIH, so more advertisement/selling was needed in this presentation. As-is, the overview of interfaces and proposed drivers didn't add up to a clear reason for why this should be used over another stable log library (and/or creating new output drivers as needed).

The one unique feature I liked was writing strategies, such as "fingers crossed", but I'm not sure if that's appropriate for production systems (seems more for dev/testing convenience).

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