OSGi vs. Log4j

Posted on August 12, 2008 by Tommy McGuire
Labels: eclipse virgo, software development, osgi, java
I have just posted a note concerning some recent thinking about building a logging-to-database subsystem in OSGi. (It includes some lovely Powerpoint-based diagrams!)

In case you run across Richard Feynman or Edward Tufte, please let them know NASA is still running mostly on PowerPoint.

(Oh, and speaking of Edward Tufte, his web site is remarkably hard to navigate. This means something.)
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