View contributers in Confluence

Is there a way to view a list of Confluence users who have contributed content?

  • Added a page
  • Edited a page
  • Added a comment

We've been running Confluence for three years, but are just now implementing Jira. We want to share the user database, but want to implement a new naming convention for users. This mean we'll need to edit Confluence usernames (I guess in this way: http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Changing+Usernames) for existing users, but we'd like to only have to do this for users that have actually contributed content, not all 1000 users.

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The contributers macro met my needs.

Ended up using the contributers macro. It crashed the wiki, but not before I got my list. Thanks.

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