Archives for: May 2006

May 25, 2006 : Tomcat JULI logging properties

Tomcat 5.5 provides the "JULI" implementation of the Java Logging API and extends it with things like per-classloader configuration. is decent documentation, but nowhere do they list all the properties for configuration.

I had to look into the source of org/apache/juli/ which was pretty hard to find too.

Anyway, here are all the properties:

  • org.apache.juli.FileHandler.prefix
  • org.apache.juli.FileHandler.suffix
  • org.apache.juli.FileHandler.level
  • org.apache.juli.FileHandler.filter
  • org.apache.juli.FileHandler.formatter

There is no pattern to control the formatting of the filename, so you're stuck with one that always has the date, I guess.

May 15, 2006 :

I've been using Wikitravel to plan my upcoming trip to Edinburgh (to present at the MTW'06 workshop, part of the WWW2006 conference).

Wikitravel is in the spirit of wikipedia, wikinews, wiktionary, etc (but is not actually part of the wikimedia foundation). I've found it to be a very valuable resource, letting you gather lots of critical information quickly.

May 03, 2006 : Idea: feed feeds?

It would be nice to have feeds of feeds. Two good examples: a comment feed branching off of each item in a blog feed. Or a feed of your assigned issues/bugs with a feed of status changes branching off of each issue. (let's not start thinking about "threaded" feeds)

I'm not too familiar with OPML, but you could probably have a dynamic OPML of all the comment feeds of a blog. But you'd need a feedreader that would watch for changes to the OPML file. I'm not too familiar with OPML, but I don't think there's any way for it to changes over time well, like an rss/atom feed. Moreover, with OPML you wouldn't have a direct relationship between an item in the parent feed and the item's own child feed.

Is this possible at all, or would it require the next generation of specs & clients?

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