The 20th of June 2009 was the day when changelogs found their way into readme.txt files of plugins in the WordPress plugin repository. Thanks to Peter Westwood und Mdawaffe a new version of the readme.txt example file was available online that had an example of the changelog in action. For many many people a changelog is a very important thing; it is all about justifying to your users why they should upgrade to the latest version of a plugin. Changelogger shows the latest changelog right on the plugin listing page, whenever there’s a plugin ready to be updated. Note: The inline changelog on a plugin update shows up if the plugin author added a changelog section based on the new readme.txt example file to their plugin’s readme file. Developer on Google+ | Developer on Twitter Included languages: English German (de_DE) (Thanks to me ;-)) Romanian (ro_RO) (Thanks for contributing romanian language goes to Juergen Toth) French (fr_FR) (Thanks for contributing french language goes to Mehdi Kabab) Polish (pl_PL) (Thanks for contributing polish language goes to Daniel Fruzynski) Belorussian (be_BY) (Thanks for contributing belorussian language goes to FatCow) Bulgarian (bg_BG) (Thanks for contributing bulgarian language goes to Dimitar Kolevski) Ukrainian (uk_UA) (Thanks for contributing ukrainian language goes to Michael Yunat) Simplified Chinese (zh_CN) (Thanks for contributing simplified chinese language goes to 斌果) Looking for more WordPress plugins? Visit www.schloebe.de/portfolio/ Licence This plugins is released under the GPL, you can use it free of charge on your personal or commercial blog.