rouble at gmail.com
Tue Aug 7 17:58:05 EDT 2007
One other quick thought:
As far as I can tell, pidgin does not allow us to choose the location of our
As a first step, it would help if pidgin made this configurable. I have a
amazon s3 drive mapped on my computer and I could just point pidgin to store
logs there. This way the logs would be stored reliably and they could be
accessible from other pidgin instances.
On 8/7/07, Shkutkov Michael <mish at rsu.ru> wrote:
> Eoin Coffey wrote:
> > On 8/7/07, rouble <rouble at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Archival of Logs:
> >> Pidgin archives my logs on my local hard disk. This is handy, but not
> >> reliable because hard disks are liable to crash. Also, these logs are
> >> globally accessible, so if I log into pidgin on another computer
> >> else in the world, I will not have access to my logs. Are there any
> >> or planned features to archive logs on the web?
> > See this SoC project: http://developer.pidgin.im/wiki/RemoteLogging
> > I don't think it plans to support archiving to a web frontend, but it's
> > building a foundation, that could potentially support the web.
> I have several ideas on this. I'll provide details, when DB logger will
> be finished.
> With best regards,
> Shkutkov Michael
this spot is up for rent
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