Remove tag plugins that are built in to Jekyll #2751

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pathawks commented Aug 14, 2014

There are a few plugins listed on the site that only provide Liquid tags/filters that are now built in to Jekyll.

It is confusing and redundant to keep them listed on the site.

@@ -478,7 +476,6 @@ You can find a few useful plugins at the following locations:
- [Non-JS Gist Tag by Brandon Tilley](https://gist.github.com/1027674) A Liquid tag that embeds Gists and shows code for non-JavaScript enabled browsers and readers.
- [Render Time Tag by Blake Smith](https://gist.github.com/449509): Displays the time a Jekyll page was generated.
- [Status.net/OStatus Tag by phaer](https://gist.github.com/912466): Displays the notices in a given status.net/ostatus feed.
-- [Raw Tag by phaer](https://gist.github.com/1020852): Keeps liquid from parsing text betweeen `raw` tags.

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@@ -454,8 +454,6 @@ You can find a few useful plugins at the following locations:
- [Truncate HTML](https://github.com/MattHall/truncatehtml) by [Matt Hall](http://codebeef.com): A Jekyll filter that truncates HTML while preserving markup structure.
- [Domain Name Filter by Lawrence Woodman](https://github.com/LawrenceWoodman/domain_name-liquid_filter): Filters the input text so that just the domain name is left.
- [Summarize Filter by Mathieu Arnold](https://gist.github.com/731597): Remove markup after a `<div id="extended">` tag.
-- [URL encoding by James An](https://gist.github.com/919275): Percent encoding for URIs.
-- [JSON Filter](https://gist.github.com/1850654) by [joelverhagen](https://github.com/joelverhagen): Filter that takes input text and outputs it as JSON. Great for rendering JavaScript.

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@@ -454,8 +454,6 @@ You can find a few useful plugins at the following locations:
- [Truncate HTML](https://github.com/MattHall/truncatehtml) by [Matt Hall](http://codebeef.com): A Jekyll filter that truncates HTML while preserving markup structure.
- [Domain Name Filter by Lawrence Woodman](https://github.com/LawrenceWoodman/domain_name-liquid_filter): Filters the input text so that just the domain name is left.
- [Summarize Filter by Mathieu Arnold](https://gist.github.com/731597): Remove markup after a `<div id="extended">` tag.
-- [URL encoding by James An](https://gist.github.com/919275): Percent encoding for URIs.

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There are also a number of "third-party" plugins listed that provide approximately the same functionality as Jekyll "blessed" plugins (Sass, CoffeeScript, Sitemaps), but this pull request does not touch those.

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pathawks commented Aug 14, 2014

There are also a number of "third-party" plugins listed that provide approximately the same functionality as Jekyll "blessed" plugins (Sass, CoffeeScript, Sitemaps), but this pull request does not touch those.

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Great, thanks!

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parkr commented Aug 17, 2014

Great, thanks!

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