Should Neovim now release a standard official configuration so that people who want an editor that just works out of the box get onboarded easily ?

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  • neovim

    Vim-fork focused on extensibility and usability

    I think it would be immensely helpful to newcomers if solid projects like NVchad, lazy vim, astro, lunar, and others were clearly indicated on the GitHub page and neovim.io as great starting points for anyone who wants feature X, Y ,Z or just a more "out-of-the-box" experience. And I mean front and center. It should be a part of the install section. No one is going to read it otherwise. That would only help those projects and neovim grow, IMO. An endorsement for those projects goes a long way for new users who don't know if "distro x" is reasonable place to start. In fact, I believe most new users probably think "I want to start with regular vim before I use anything super fancy" ... when a vscode user likely wants the opposite. They just want it to do what they can already do in vscode... I think many users will miss this if it's not put right in front of their face with a thumbs up endorsing it as a starting point.

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  • kickstart.nvim

    A launch point for your personal nvim configuration

    There are many resources aimed at doing exactly that already, some of which are even recognised and promoted by neovim devs like this one. Therefore, I don't think creating an "official" one is a priority rn.

  • nvim-lspconfig

    Quickstart configs for Nvim LSP

    But things like custom LSP capabilities (e.g. "organize imports") and custom commands like https://github.com/neovim/nvim-lspconfig/pull/2519 ... are a treadmill. There's no way that Helix offers that OOTB for many LSPs.

  • snap

    A fast finder system for neovim. (by camspiers)

    Fuzzy finders (telescope, or snap for the hipsters)

  • dotfiles

    Personal Linux configuration files (nvim, i3, zsh, ...) (by YodaEmbedding)

    After that, if necessary, newbies can customize for their own workflow, with their own choices of plugins.

  • LunarVim

    šŸŒ™ LunarVim is an IDE layer for Neovim. Completely free and community driven.

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