arbor-monad-logger VS gone/log

Compare arbor-monad-logger vs gone/log and see what are their differences.

arbor-monad-logger

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arbor-monad-logger gone/log
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arbor-monad-logger

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We haven't tracked posts mentioning arbor-monad-logger yet.
Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

gone/log

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We haven't tracked posts mentioning gone/log yet.
Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing arbor-monad-logger and gone/log you can also consider the following projects:

slogan - Go(lang) logger library

noodlog - 🍜 Parametrized JSON logging library in Golang which lets you obfuscate sensitive data and marshal any kind of content.

graylog-fortigate-cef - A Graylog content pack containing a stream and dashboards for Fortinet Fortigate CEF logs