For the website of AntennaPod we have a Privacy page:
On our live site (hosted via GitHub Pages) it is accessible without trailing slash (= pretty). A redirect file makes sure that the page is accessible also with trailing slash: antennapod.github.io/privacy-redirect.md at master · AntennaPod/antennapod.github.io · GitHub
However, when building the site locally (
bundle exec jekyll sve --watch), this somehow leads to an eternal redirect – you never actually land on the privacy page. The same for the ‘documentation’ collection.
This can be fixed by just having the trailing slash. But I would prefer not to, for aesthetic reasons.
Would anyone have an idea why this eternal redirect might be happening locally? (And how we can avoid it locally, without enforcing trailing slashes on our live site?)