Does GH actions have no logs?! I have failures since f203d4ce84dcad0281dbdc4bd23a9c1d4d9b0549 in https://github.com/jhermann/blog/commits/master, with not a whiff of a hint why. This is very tedious, and I’m about to give up and use something for humans like Pelican.
Look under the CI -> build-site (in GitHub Actions from the failed commit), you can then see a log with everything that happened. This is the one from your most recent (“no 2nd H1”)
Which shows where the issue is (let me know if this is not quite what you are talking about though please)
Yeah, stumbled over it myself after I posted the link to the commit list (“hmm, maybe I can click on that red X…”). Who does these user interfaces?! (answer: Microsoft )
If you really wanna sell this as “easy for non-technical users”, there’s lots of work ahead.
If it works, it is a pleasant experience, but when it fails, not so much.
Repeating what I said in the other thread you made with similar comments, when interacting with an open source project:
- It is a good idea to keep comments constructive
- Provide information so someone can help you rather than complaining
- Try to practice some degree of empathy
This type of posting might be counter-productive to your goals.
It’s also a good way to get a suspension (temporary, at first) from the forums. It doesn’t happen often - but that’s because we very rarely see this kind of behavior.
Clicking on the red X in Actions → Push was the key step for me. All my fp posts were being “obstructed” by an error which arose ~ 3 weeks ago when trying to convert a .odt file (LibreOffice) into a .docx (Word) doc. The result is that all my previously failed posts are now successful.