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OTel Me More: OpenTelemetry Project News – Vol 26

OTel Me More delivers the latest OpenTelemetry news, resources, and event information on a weekly basis. Learn more about the OpenTelemetry project and how to get involved in the community.

OpenTelemetry Project News

April’s monthly updateApril’s monthly update is now available, special thanks to PM Morgan McLean. Highlights include discovery on a logging data model that captures a common understanding of what a log record is, what data needs to be recorded, transferred, stored and interpreted by a logging system, as well as more info on a new Maintainers SIG and GA coordination as well.

In the metrics world, the v0.4 spec for the Metric API has been approved and mergedapproved and merged. This spec defines the metric instruments and functions that will form the backbone of the API. Special thanks to Josh MacDonaldJosh MacDonald for his efforts here.

In the Rustlang world, the OpenTelemetry client has been updated to 0.5.0.

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May 12, 2020
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