Read the docs for the login plugin
Settings to add to our Ginkgo install profile.
Writers should be able to edit content without using the Admin.
Instead of providing the link to edit on GitHub, provide a link (to permissioned users) to open an editor on the front-end.
embed repo README docs.
Add the broken link checker plugin into the default install profile.
Document it's usage.
Any way to automate via git-hooks?
I think an alternative to frequently using link checking would be to set the canonical route on pages and use that in links instead. A downside is that links will not work in a simple markdown editor (Typora). This might be worthwhile for freedom of moving content around. Broken-link checking will still be necessary, but could maybe be done less frequently.
The Grav docs have a nifty trick where pages are linked to each other in a previous-next relationship.
The Learn2 (and related themes) display the title from the frontmatter as a header-1. The title is necessary for the menu system. This results in a few awkward scenarios. As the default grav theme does, the frontmatter title should not be rendered as a title on the page, so that an explicit title can be set.
Add an auto-generated Table of Contents to the theme.
Warning: the editable plugin warns that twig can break the editor. Find a compatible way to add the table of contents. [TODO]