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Organize plugins into categories. #1310

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robwierzbowski commented Jul 15, 2013

It's difficult to skim through the plugins on the plugins page. This PR organizes the plugins into generators, converters, tags, filters, collections (groups of plugins in one git repo), and other (Jekyll extensions like the asset pipelines). A little improvement while #1272 gets worked out.

Also made some copy edits:

  • added descriptions where there weren't any
  • tried to remove some of the superfluous text like "a Jekyll plugin that..." without changing the text too much
  • corrected capitalization and normalized punctuation
  • removed lengthy instruction from the plugin description
  • rewrote some non-descriptive descriptions (e.g., "time-ago: a time-ago liquid filter")

While going through plugins I found these three that I think could go or stay:

  • Flickr: Embed photos from flickr right into your posts.
    This is a Ruby API -- not sure it has anything specifically to do with Jekyll.
  • Upcase Converter by Blake Smith: An example Jekyll converter.
    A very simple example. Could still be useful, but doesn't add anything to the converter description above.
  • Draft/Publish Plugin by Michael Ivey
    No documentation, usage instructions

I removed Fleaker but left the other two in the PR.

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parkr commented Jul 16, 2013

👍 this is awesome. @mattr-?

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robwierzbowski commented Jul 16, 2013

Rebased for recent commits.

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mattr- commented Jul 17, 2013

So much better! Thank you! ❤️

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@mattr- mattr- merged commit 08aef45 into jekyll:master Jul 17, 2013

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No problem 😄

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