(Using it assumes that delegation of space-level group management to space admins is appropriate. It really depends on the environment, but I'd say many consider it to be a "must-have", because otherwise in many environments their Confluence administrators can get overwhelmed with requests to manage groups.)
I agree with @Justin Downing - plugins.atlassian.com is a better place for plugin reviews. Some Q & A sites specifically state that open-ended questions that can result in flamewars or that can never be definitively answered aren't allowed. I think the spirit intended here is a good one, but I'm curious whether others think we should allow open-ended discussions like this.
This is copied from my comment on the similar question about jira plugins
I down voted because I feel this form of question does not add to the site. For a good reference, see http://stackoverflow.com/faq#dontask. Moreover, as Justin has shown this information is for the most part available already.
Questions like this encourage karma-trawling, and don't really answer any specific question - it's really a poll.
Plugin authors and Atlassian partners need karma, badly... ;) I agree that people should use existing resources to place reviews, and in addition, I think it is great to submit "wonderful plugin" type comments on the wiki pages of the plugins. That always makes me feel better. However, reviews tend to be a place to bitch about things.
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