Hi, I'm a confluence newbie and I wonder if there's a confluence plugin for "sighted versions" like wikipedia has. You know, on wikipedia "trusted" user (i.e. 'experienced' wikipedians) can flag a version of an article/site as "sighted" (see sighted version). It would be nice to have a confluence plugin at hand that provides same functionality (best: members of a predefined group can flag an article that has the plugin in it; this article could actually be based on a template non editable for all users which actually has this plugin). I hope anybody can help or has an idea??
You might think about using something like http://www.adhocworkflows.com/display/WWW/Home Ad Hoc Workflows if you can afford to purchase something. This will allow you to have "reviewers" who can overlook material before approving it and the new content will be in "draft" mode until approved and anyone logged in will only see approved content.
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