This page lists jekyll plugins that are helpful for scholarly markdown
Use Pandoc as the Markdown parser dsanson/jekyll-pandoc-plugin
display the modification date (cboettig/git_modified),
- Github history cboettig/github_history.rb, or
- SHA hash cboettig/git_sha.rb of a post (since timestamping and versioning is important for scholarly work)
(These Git related plugins could use work to make them more general, and are perhaps not strictly #schmd issues...)
Parse all links and generate a reference list. (e.g. via GreyCite and CrossRef APIs). Optionally using CSL formatting specified in user's
_config.yamlfor both the references and for rewriting inline references.