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I am currently reading the RFCs 3195[^] (BSD syslog protocol) and 5424[^](syslog architecture) for a project at work, we need syslog functionalities due to federal comlpliance guidelines in the medicine sector.
One may say "That's boring", but I somehow like it. I got the responsibility for one of the most important parts of the project (not bad for a barely 20 years old apprentice), and I am running under full power reading through all these RFCs and get a syslog library up and running by myself (I'll even use the correct layering and terminology to get it as near as possible to the Linux syslog).
I am sorry for you guys out there, no article this time since it is work-related (and I do it at work).
Anyways, if I find a peer or two to do the same thing in a bit of spare time off-work I might think about doing this a second time to put it up here.
For a "better" way to do "diggin'" , checkout the sample "HTTP protocol" RFC representation Here[^]. If you feel like it, please let me know by voting it up, we might put some of them into our structured documentation repository if enough interests exists. Thanks.
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