makelogs - Simple script that generates sample logs for testing kibana

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Simple log generator for testing kibana

https://github.com/spenceralger/makelogs

Dependencies:

async : ^1.4.2
bluebird : ^2.10.0
elasticsearch : ^13.0.0-beta2
inquirer : ^0.11.1
lodash : ~2.4.1
moment : ^2.10.6
optimist : ~0.6.1
progress : ^1.1.8
through2 : ^2.0.0
update-notifier : ^0.5.0

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