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nate16:02:18

For anyone, like me, who's interested in Roam Research (https://roamresearch.com), the note taking tool we talked about briefly, here's a good (and overwhelming) view into how one person uses it: https://www.nateliason.com/blog/roam

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Albert M06:02:35

I saw this on HN and went down the rabbit hole and ended up reading about the PARA Method, now I'm actually excited to organize. https://praxis.fortelabs.co/the-p-a-r-a-method-a-universal-system-for-organizing-digital-information-75a9da8bfb37/

lukasz16:02:31

More logback magic: <configuration scan="true" scanPeriod="30 seconds"> will instruct logback to reload the config every 30s, so you can experiment with your logback settings and fine tune the output format, routing etc without restarting your application - of course the 30s is tunable

nate16:02:48

Yes! we use this to great affect in production to tweak logging too.

nate16:02:26

Of course, this only works when we have access to the file, which we do in some cases because we're using docker-compose and can just mount a resource path from the host filesystem

nate16:02:41

haven't quite figured out how to do this same level of tweaking with our kubernetes deployments

lukasz16:02:36

this is where @dorab’s dislike of XML and defining logback config in edn is definitely a good idea ;-)

nate16:02:00

I've toyed with the idea of exposing an endpoint on our application that accepts new log config, or maybe just the ability to tweak the log level for a particular package

lukasz16:02:44

:thinking_face: that's an interesting approach