We'd like to assign each Confluence page a user who's responsible for keeping the page up to date (a.k.a. "curator") and display that user's name somewhere on the page.
We could of course do this manually, but we'd prefer a smarter solution, e.g.
I assume this is possible using a combination of metadata, templates, scripting and velocity template modifications.
Does anyone have a solution or concrete idea on how to implement this?
Update: We're looking for a free solution without commercial plugins.
Unfortunately there's no free solution I could think of for this. Ad hoc workflows plugin is a paid method to accomplish something similar, that's the closest I can recommend, sorry to say there's no other way known to me yet.
Albeit you look for free solution, I wanted to mention that the Archiving Plugin automates the process of keeping your pages relevant and valid, and it also supports the notion of supervisors (which is a synonym to "curators" in this sense).
Supervisors are space-scoped, at the moment, but there is a public feature request to support "page owners" (per page and per page tree). Please vote on that if that'd solve your use case: https://midori.zendesk.com/entries/80451947-Custom-page-owners
Check out the plugin documentation to see if it fits you
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