I'm investigating using Confluence as our company wiki.
I've used it in the past and have liked it. My company requires that all wiki content be saved to GitHub.
Is there a way to do this using Confluence? I looked at the add-ons and the marketplace, but couldn't find this.
I don't think such a thing exists to do exactly that but, you can piece your own solution together. I found the Confluence autoexport plugin in the marketplace. You could use this plugin to export to file on change and then have a git client sync the exported files to a repo if you need to upload this instantly.
If your site wasn't to large you could also use rest or xml-rpc to cause an export of a space to xml, or html (would include attachments) and then sync with git. This would be more of a batch bachup.
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