Just thought I'd point this out as a very useful guide. It's nicely organised and seems to offer a decently up to date selection of relevant plugins. I'm a long-time vanilla vim user for quick edits in the terminal, but am not familiar with the more ramified vim/neovim ecosystem, so can't really judge the choices the writer made. But it has helped me get started without too many problems, so might be useful to others in a similar situation.
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