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Good reference for philosophy of (core) features in confluence

Hey everyone! I am a growing admin of confluence, everyday learning something new!

 

I was wondering if you had a good reference like books, blogs on  philosophy of confluence's core feature- / collaborative documentation space / online forums!

 

Every time when I make a choice on how to organise, having a good fundamental understanding of the philosophy behind a product and its feature helps on deciding utilising it better.

 

What do I mean? Here is the context:

I was looking for access limitation for label as I wanted to utilise it for collaborative a user manual space;

Then... stumbled upon a long but very nice comment by Brian Thomas (9 years ago!) on what labels actually are, and the purpose behind it.

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONFSERVER-3767

Once reading this - the actual feature made far more sense, and I have better direction to move forward!

 

 

As a firm believer of always contribute something..!

 

This is my own go-to whenever I ponder about general documentation organisation

http://agilemodeling.com/essays/agileDocumentation.htm


Thank you for reading and looking forward to having good reference to read on :)

 

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