Update the grimoire_to_site file mover to look at the `type`` of each document and determine what to do with it from there. For example, `post`` types go to the `posts` directory with the file ID in them. Docs with a `neo`` type could go to a `neopolitan` directory.
TBD on if those files should have IDs on them. It strikes me as looking a little odd in sub directories in a way it doesn't for the posts directory, but I think that's just visual. So, TBD on if the IDs will be used, but I'm leaning towards yes since that's how linking will work across the majority of the site.
Setup a way to manage index files in the grimoire. Proabably also using type. Don't do anything automatic but set the process up directly so that e.g. `neo-index`` goes to `neopolitan/index.neo``
In theory you could do `-index`` for anything, but it's probably that not all types will have their own directory in the same fashion. So, best to define the behaviour explicitly.
Handle `-< startcode`neo` to `-< endcode`neo` sections
Setup so `\n\n-< `` can handle lines with spaces
Figure out how to handle things like the band names page that needs processing to make it happen. I'm thinking that there would be a single overall watcher that triggers other processes. Or, possibly just build everything into the single process?
It can't just be sending the file to another location because processing needs to happen. That could all be done client side with java script, but I'd prefer everything to be rendered during the build process where possible
Maybe there's a `process`` attribute that defines what process to run
Think about adding a `location`` attribute the puts a file in a specific location. This could be used instead of making a `type`` for each index page. And probably just makes sense in general to put pages in specific places.
Make a `gifs` type and output to a `gifs` folder
Setup so notes with a `scratch`` status don't show up in the main list but show in a separate list
Setup so you can make lists of all the files with a filter that offers: type, status, category, and sort order (e.g. alpha or date or reverse date)
Figure out the solution for category pages (probably auto-generating)