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