We recently moved API logging into the instrumentation macros. This made that logging is now consistent and abstracted behind a macro for every API functions, independent of the reproducers. It also means we have a lot more output. While this is a good thing, it also meant a lot more noise in the log, from things that aren't always equally interesting, such as the copy constructor for example.
To improve usability, we should increase the signal-to-noise ratio. I propose to achieve this by only logging API functions that cross the API boundary. This is a divergence of what we had before, where a select number of functions were logged, irregardless of the API boundary, a concept that was introduced for the reproducers. However, I believe this is in line with the purpose of the API log.