[Website] Style and content on Camel Quarkus extension pages
as agreed in the "Per-extension pages" thread , I have prepared some
tooling to create Camel Quarkus extension pages semi-automatically:
There is a FreeMarker template  that is populated by data from the
extension POM, from Camel Catalog and from some pre-defined text chunks
in src/main/doc of the extension.
We now have two extension pages produced by this mechanism:
First of all, I'd like to ask for feedback about the content. Is there
anything important missing in those pages?
Second, I'd like to discuss the styling of the presented data.
The second line after the title currently contains since version and the
supported compilation targets (JVM and native) as plain text. For AHC,
`Since Camel Quarkus 1.0.0-M3, JVM and native`
I came across the idea to style this information as badges something
like the attached image. Does anybody know how to do this using Asciidoc
and Antora? The JVM and Native badges could be static SVG images that my
generator puts there as necessary, but the Since: version badge needs to
be a bit more dynamic becaus the since version may be different for the