For lack of a better title, I’ll try to explain the goal of this article.
There is an immense and unbelievable amount of talent in the tiny albeit growing Kirby community. The showcase and the “Made with Kirby and <3” forum post are just the two great examples.
I’ve spent a lot of time lately exploring the github profile of a lot of those developers and was delighted to see that not only their work is fabulous, some of their websites are on public repos. I think it deserves to be publicized more and would like to push the idea to the community to think of the best way to do it.
Learning by seeing how others work is one of the things I love most. I already have a small collection of repos I could share, how do you guys recommend doing it?
Should it be a website like the getkirby-plugins and themes? Should it be a repo like the one on jens’ github? I haven’t found the best way to share a collection of github repositories but don’t think creating issues that link to a repository is very user friendly. No offense to @jenstornell, I follow that repo religiously
Edit: just had a look at the [contribution guidelines for the awesome list of awesome lists repo] (https://github.com/sindresorhus/awesome/blob/master/contributing.md) . Maybe following their way of operating is achievable? Thoughts?