There is no porting status on that package. Any kind of effort for porting functionality like this is either covered by the roadmap or an existing ticket. If it is listed in neither of these places there is simply nothing to report.
That package is also highly specific to how ROS 1 does logging. It is extremely unlikely it will be ported. It is more likely that functionality provided by that package is being implemented in ROS 2 at some point.
So if you are interested in making these features available in ROS 2 I would suggest to create a ticket in the
ros2 repository describing the exact feature(s) and how you plan to implement them. That will enable early feedback on the approach.