"Permanently delete" (archiving) strategy

That's not actual archiving, but in some case this is needed for legal reasons.

Source: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Confluence-questions/Solution-for-automated-trash-purging/qaq-p/689230

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    Walter Demiller

    We not only need to be able to delete archived content after a period of years to clear space, but for legal/regulatory reasons as well.

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    Aron Gombas

    An end-user describe his use case as:

    End of life would be, when a content item is in an archive space and not updated in 8 years. Being in an archive space would imply not being viewed. The time values would need to be parameters in the config one would assume.

    My idea for end of life action is to have a "Final Resting Place" (FRP) space, which could be deleted manually or possibly as part of the archiving process, and recreated upon need for more pages to delete.

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