Hello @burke @jennifer @herbert24 @uthpala @vibhorchinda17 and every one viewing this thread. I am also intreseted in working on this project.
As i was iterating through the solutions of finding outdated pages (pages not modified for a year) in Active Projects, i decided to use the already existing CQL search macro to search the pages that have not been modified by a year. I named the page Outdated pages (but the name can re-edited to what makes more meaning).
Another alternative I hard was to create a macro that displays or hides information (an alert stating “This page is Outdated”) depending on a certain condition (date of last modification of the page). This became hard to achieve because even if i hard managed to create it, pasting it on every descendant pages in Active Projects page would modify the lastModified date so i decided to cancel out that option. Unless their is another alternative.
The alternative i opted for was able to reduce entropy (i suppose) since i reused an existing feature.
However, am now a little puzzled, on the idea of finding pages that are duplicated, what is the best option to use? If i continue with the Confluence macro, Should i use this same page, change its name like to "OpenMRS conflicting pages", and create two sections: a) Labled “Outdated Pages” and b) “Duplicated pages”?
If that’s the best alternative should i search by title? But some pages share common content but different titles. How best can i write a querry to compare contents in each and every page to find out if the page has been duplicated or not?
The requirements of this project are really not so specific (to me). I request @jennifer, @herbert24 (mentors) and any member of the community willing to help, to please give us more details of what this project requires, beyond just ensuring that pages aren’t both duplicated and outdated?