Message prints even if verbose level is Zero

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On 08/12/2011 03:23 PM, CDR wrote:
> In 1.8, somebody left a message that shows up like this
> Remotely bridging SIP/Client.XX.XX.XX.125-00010456 and SIP/XX.XXX.XX.X-00010457
> It could be also Local Bridging
> The point is that this message should not print in the console unless
> the verbose level reaches some level. Never at level zero. It should
> be a notice, etc. When there is a lot of traffic, this message
> consumes CPU unnecessarily.

Posting this here isn’t likely to result in the code getting changed,
unless a developer just happens to see it. Please open an issue in the
issue tracker so it won’t be forgotten. Thanks.