If the page being processed is a Post, this contains a list of up to ten related Posts. By default, these are the ten most recent posts. For high quality but slow to compute results, run the jekyll command with the --lsi (latent semantic indexing) option. Also note GitHub Pages does not support the lsi option when generating sites.
I tried running with the --lsi flag on local serve, same related posts that are just the latest posts
(and yes I did install the https://jekyll.github.io/classifier-reborn/ plugin). I also did try putting lsi: TRUE into my _config.yml, to no avail.
I didn’t try the jekyll-action yet, since I probably should get this working locally before I move to an actions based build.
good lookin’ out! yeah, I really like the unless provided in ruby, compared with python where I end up relying on a far less graceful “try”
on a related note, I just moved to jekyll actions and am now serving from gh-pages
it seems pretty hard to mess up
I"m looking forward to adding a number of features to the site using actions, such as making a mini feed reader for the blogs of organizations\companies featured on the site, that updates on a weekly basis, even something that will show recent activity in a github organization \ repository, including github issue\pull discussions, a list of recently active repositories, etc.
I’d like to try automating the creation of twitter collections via github actions but that’s harder cause filtering challenges \ data protection.
I have a project which gets my repos and their topics in a single graphql query then the data is made available to iterate over with Jekyll for the frontend to render html. I run it manually on Netlify with commit but you can schedule GH Actions to update your site daily or weekly
tbh, for the issues I’m more likely to use something like Huginn. It’s perfect for little micro webscraping, generating rss feeds from whatever you can figure out the css selector \ xcode selector for. (and much more)
haven’t really thought out all the details but I’ve really enjoyed getting a taste for actions… now I know a little code, jekyll itself offers many more possibilities, also.