Content Admin Logs?

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For how Ridiculously Powerful content is, i would expect some trace of deletion/import/export.....
edits...
in the admin logs.
I just noted my admin_logs has literally No trace of any action taken in content.
I will be patching my module(somebody should KNOW someone just exported a site)
but I suggest this goes core...
The fact a Single block edit "can" bring a board to its knees by an unscrupulous individual...
some trace of this action seems prudent.

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For how Ridiculously Powerful content is, i would expect some trace of deletion/import/export.....


edits...


in the admin logs.


I just noted my admin_logs has literally No trace of any action taken in content.


I will be patching my module(somebody should KNOW someone just exported a site)


but I suggest this goes core...


The fact a Single block edit "can" bring a board to its knees by an unscrupulous individual...


some trace of this action seems prudent.



....any possibility of this much-needed awareness of, for example, a rogue admin nuking site content making it into 2.3?
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indeed..this should be part of its core..why its not already boggles the mind

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Interesting that this wasn't even acknowledged

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On the contrary, we implemented this.



[size=5]Administrative Logging[/size]



While not an overly exciting change, we have gone through the entire ACP codebase and added administrative logging to IP.Content. Now, when "Admin Joe" deletes a page from the page manager, or alters your most important database template, you will quickly be able to see this through the Admin Logs page of the ACP.



We have tried to explain time and time again that while we do not have the capacity to respond to every single suggestion topic made, we do indeed read them all and take them into account. :) The change was made as a direct result of this topic, in fact.

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My apologies Brandon, I missed reading that little much needed bit. I know it is always not viable to respond to everything. Wondering if using Tracker to track feature requests would be helpful?

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It's something we've considered, but we are not prepared to make that move at this time.

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