When logs are archived, they are saved in a zip file that contains a
directory named "log". That's not very friendly. I've modified the name
of the directory to match the name of the zip file requested (with
For example, the file firstname.lastname@example.org would contain a
directory named email@example.com, which would have the logs
inside as usual.
I am fine with this.
Can we replace the @ and dots with something more filename friendly? E.g.
2013-05-26_12-30-40 or 20130526T123040 (like in ISO 8601).
I don't mind at all, but just to be clear:
1. This format is not newly introduced here
2. It is just the default filename, the user can change it (although,
admittedly no one does, and it's handy to always use the default)
I am not sure I understand: how is the @ filename unfriendly? Is there a
popular file/operating system that doesn't accept it?
I am not strictly against changing this I'd prefer we had a good reason
and if so we'd also need to change @s in other locations such as call
recordings for example.
Does anyone see a reason not to commit this?
Yes, why is there a folder at all? It's not necessary, just place the files
directly inside the zip.
Personally, I find this inconvenient and prone to put multiple files in
a directory where they are not wanted.
I agree. Most unzip tools (whether they are command or double-click
triggered) just take stuff out of the zip and put it in the same (or
With logs, I generally do this in some tmp-like directory that contains
tons of other garbage, including numerous previous unzips from Jitsi log
Not having a separate directory for this makes it hard to navigate
through all the stuff.
On 26.05.13, 13:46, Boris Grozev wrote:
On Sun May 26 13:28:48 2013, Ingo Bauersachs wrote: