After reading Jeffrey Hantin's post below, I realized that I should have noted what our internal logging wrapper has actually become. It's now essentially a factory and is strictly used to get a working logger using the correct properties file (which for legacy reasons hasn't been moved to the default position). Since you can specify the logging configuration file on command line now, I suspect it will become even leaner and if you're starting a new application, I'd definitely agree with his statement that you shouldn't even bother wrapping the logger.
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