> For programs that produce real output (slapcat, ldapsearch) this might
> be true, but for those that don't (slapadd, slapd) I totally disagree.
> Stderr is for errors, not chatty progress or debug messages. I always
> hate it when the error messages gets burried in lots of noice.
> My preference is to have progress and debug messages on stdout, enabled
> by options or at least possible to disable by options. Real output must
> be possible to send to a file specified as argument, to separate it from
> the progress and debug noice. Stderr is for error messages, and
> possibly out-of-band messages.