It would be better we have a list of wordpress plugins to enhance the blog and improve the productivity of the writers. I personally recommend

Useful when multiple persons are contributing to the blog. Adds revision control at per post level. Easier than the built-in revision control when browsing through multiple revisions.

Citations/Comments in documents are mostly given in the form of footnotes with incremental numbers instead of a link. This add-in provides the same functionality to wordpress so that citations could be done in a standard way (in addition to link references).Here is an example

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  • Links please, there are millions of WP plugins... – yannis Feb 15 '12 at 13:30
  • It would be helpful if you could elaborate on why you are requesting these plugins and how they will benefit the blog and the contributors. Anyone can toss a link to a plugin in a post - but why these? – Rebecca Chernoff Feb 22 '12 at 6:45
  • @RebeccaChernoff Thanks for the response. This meta post is basically to have some consensus on the commonly used plug-ins (though it haven't picked up) to have a consolidated list. Details of my plug-ins given. If need be, I could elaborate further. – Ubermensch Feb 22 '12 at 8:22

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