+1.  

On 28/06/2007, at 11:56 PM, Curt Arnold wrote:

Several interested developers on the log4php-dev mailing list have been working on a proposal to restart the terminated Log4PHP incubation with the goal of producing a PHP 5 compatible version of Log4PHP.  Almost all of the traffic on log4php-dev in the last two months have been related to this proposal, so review the archives for the backstory if you are interested.

At this point, there is a draft for submission to the Incubator PMC at http://wiki.apache.org/logging/Log4PHP/Proposal.  The Incubator PMC is charged with vetting the proposal and deciding whether to proceed, however I think it is desirable that there is a Logging Services PMC vote to indicate general support for the proposed restart and an expected willingness to accept Log4PHP as a subproject of Logging Services if and when it graduates from the incubator.

Let me start with a +1

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