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Is there a plugin that logs my usage of plugins on the blog? (when I downloaded a new plugin. When I activated/deactivated it and so on) ?

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That's a nice question, I like the idea of such a service. I think this would be even something useful to have in core actually. – hakre Sep 14 '10 at 23:45
Thanks Hakre! please update here if you'd get to do something :) Cheers, Tal – Tal Galili Sep 15 '10 at 16:05
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I have searched fairly extensively, and have not found such a plugin. The best recommendation I could make is to use the WordPress File Monitor plugin. This will at least let you know when a new plugin is installed. Really, you should be using it regardless - it's a great plugin to use as part of an overall security strategy.

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Thanks. I like that plugin too (although on the last time I worked with it - it didn't work) – Tal Galili Aug 21 '10 at 16:31

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