whatever namingconventions we use, we should make sure to use some kind
of log rotate, to not spam the user with tons of log files.  I think
keeping the last 3 log files is enough. For our avg. user this means we
have the logs of 3 sessions.

Using logging output for debugging purposes
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Status in Zeitgeist Framework: Confirmed

Bug description:
Right now, whenever we get a bugreport from a user who is zeitgeist 
`indirectly` (via unity, gnome-activity-journal, ...) we have to ask the 
reporter to "open a terminal, run zeitgeist-daemon, do your usual stuff, get us 
the logging output"
This is not optimal, as we a requesting some extra work from our users (who 
maybe don't care about zeitgeist, they just want there clients to work) and it 
might also take a long time to get the debugging output, we are depending on 
our users here.
It would be much easier if zeitgeist would also log to a file (or even better 
to a rotating set of files). On ubuntu we can then make apport to add such 
files to a bugreport.

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