tl;dr: Is there a way to include the pages in a headless bundle in a taxonomy?
More specifically, at work I’m using a taxonomy for our release notes. The taxonomy terms are the products that each release note pertains to. Each value (i.e. piece of content) in the taxonomy looks something like this:
--- publishDate: 2020-01-08 release-notes: - product_name_1 - product_name_2 - api --- The API now supports product_name_1 and product_name_2.
I want the taxonomy terms page and list pages, and I use the taxonomy in other templates in the site. However, I don’t want each release note to have a published page. They’re not necessary for this use case, and I don’t want Hugo to spend the time building them.
… but if I make the bundle with the release note Markdown files headless, that content is no longer included in the taxonomy.
Is there a way to include the pages in a headless bundle in a taxonomy? Is this a reasonable feature request or is there a reason behind the design decision to omit them that I’m not seeing?