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I found myself searching through server logs to find when anyone last accessed a particular extension in /administrator when a friend of mine called and asked if it were possible to log changes to extension params.... Sometimes you can't see the forest for the trees! I immediately set out to create such an extension. Now there is no confusion as to when a change was made, or who made it. By the way, I found the log I was looking for - and it was me who made the change!

With this plugin, each installer event on your system is logged. New extension installs, manual updates, automatic updates, uninstalls and even extension param changes are logged.

The plugin has a log viewer, allowing sorting, drill-down, and filtering by name or user.

Features

  • Logs configuration changes to components, modules, plugins, and Joomla itself
  • Includes the date, time, and user who initiated the changes
  • Retains a copy of the previous values when any change is recorded

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System - Software Log in the wild

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Paid Extension FAQ

What am I buying?
  • The extension
  • One year of updates
  • Support
Do you still support free versions?
Only bugfixes
Can I install the extension on multiple sites?
Go for it
Can I give a copy to my friend?
While this is ethically wrong, there is no easy way for me to stop it. However, if your friend wants support he should call you - because I won't talk to him unless he purchases the extension.
What happens to the extension at the end of the year?
Nothing. It remains installed and configured, it just stops receiving updates and support is suspended.
What if I give you an idea that you turn into a paid extension?
You'll be given a lifetime subscription for that extension.
What if I contract you to make a custom extension for me?
There are two options, and I may or may not offer both.
  1. You will be given a quote for outright ownership of the extension.
  2. If it's something that I believe will benefit the community, I may offer a reduced quote where I retain ownership along with the promise that it will remain a free extension.