Friday, December 12, 2003


just started and already switching. You know, names are important to people. I would have liked the alias "syslog" - unavailable here. Guess what? I found it there: blogs from the average joe

See you there, I'll probably not post here any more (even though the google toolbar makes it sooooooooooo easy ;)).

Thursday, December 11, 2003

As I am talking about syslog, I thought I leave a pointer to the ultimate reference - the IETF working goup standardizing it

IETF Syslog Working Group Home Page

Join the discussion whenever you are ready (there could be a bit more discussion going on right now...)
OK, everybody seems to be bloging now. So I thought I give it a try. Actually, I do not know what I will actually be blogging... and if so in the future. I am kind of paranoid, so don't expect too much personal ;). My main professional interest is in the infosec security and syslog is one of my main obsessions ;) Let's see how (if) this evolves...

simplifying rsyslog JSON generation

With RESTful APIs, like for example ElasticSearch, you need to generate JSON strings. Rsyslog will soon do this in a very easy to use way. ...