Hugo Page Bundles seem like a great idea, providing a way to organise images and other pages assets.
Here’s why I decided not to use them.
This site is a blog - the main aim of the tools is to let me either write and think about the content - or code and think about layout issues etc.
I don’t want to context switch in the middle of an article
Page bundles seem to need templating to work - yes I could use shortcodes but I’m not sure what I gain over regular markdown.
I guess I was hoping page bundles would allow me to use templating and gain the option of that power - but to still have the ability to use plain old markdown
The biggest drawback is that every page becomes an index.md which means if I have several pages open in my editor - they all look the same.
I think if I had a more structured site which used images in a more predictable way page bundles would be useful.
But I tend to either use images to add a bit of colour to the page and give people a quick visual indicator of the topic (and even then it’s often just a logo).
Or I’m using screenshots to illustrate something and then I probably want to hand code how they are placed.
I can always manually maintain an image structure within static.