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log4net is an implementation of the Apache log4j for the .NET Framework. Incubating since: 2004-01-15 Items to complete before graduation: * Continue to expand the community Community: * User mailing list maintaining good activity * We have an open ended discussion on the use and storage of strong name assembly signing keys. This may need further discussion at wider level, and probably requires some sort of consensus amongst all the Apache .NET projects. Code: * No important development news to report. * The next planned release will be a point release fixing issues reported since the last release. * Several user contributed patches are waiting to be reviewed and integrated.
Work continues on the next point release containing minor bug fixes. We are evaluating several enhancements that take advantage of the new features in .NET 2.0. This raises backwards compatibility questions. We have an open ended discussion on the use and storage of strong name assembly signing keys. This may need further discussion at wider level, and probably requires some sort of consensus amongst all the .NET projects.
The log4net project is still in incubation, but it is active. The Logging Services PMC has elected Rob Grabowski ( email@example.com) as a new committer. This would brings the number of active committers to 4, helping meet incubator exit criteria. The log4net committers are working on compatibility with the .NET 2.0 releases from Microsoft and Mono.
* Log4net has elected Rob Grabowski (firstname.lastname@example.org) as a new committer. This brings the number of active committers to 3, helping meet incubator exit criteria. * We have recently migrated from CVS to SVN. * We are working towards the next maintenance release with a focus on code quality and improving the available end user documentation.
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