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Markdown READMEs are fantastic. If you’ve also been using them as a Wiki, you may have trouble finding what you know should be in there. Gitgrep searches Github wikis too. Need I say more?
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Quicklog combines the capabilities of distributed tracing with key application events. Instantly retrieve real-time events by application-defined key values. For exammple entering a user-id could list all the recent actions by a user, or entering a widget-id could show any activity related to a specific widget.