We delegated user administration per space to space admins, but as a user needing some sort of change in their permissions to a space, or access at all - I cant' seem to find a info page about who space admins are. Is this even possible?
Not out of the box: Not without a little 'coding' and API knowledge. I did a sort of space security audit-tool of my last Confluence instance with a set of Beanshells (see Bobs https://studio.plugins.atlassian.com/wiki/display/SCRP/Beanshell+Macro ) which listed users and groups in a project (split between user and admin), in that tool the java code just generated wiki output. Er. oh yea, thats gone now, so would need some rework.
You could also do it with Bob's SQL plugin https://studio.plugins.atlassian.com/wiki/display/SQL/Confluence+SQL+Plugin , a kind soul added http://come2niks.com/?p=821 a while back.
Always test Beanshells and SQL scripts on a test server. Do otherwise at your peril !
If you are using the RefinedWiki plugin you can create a neat panel showing who is the Space Owner in each space. I have created this as part of my Space templates and it is super-easy to update the panel after space creation.
The Original Theme from RefinedWiki is a great plugin to make Confluence both more custumizable and easier to structure.
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