This happened for me in the following circumstances:
Forked a project in github
Added a secret for the fork
Pushed update to my fork, and created a PR
The PR action ran in the upstream project
Build failed, with the "does not start with pypi" error
Instead I created a branch directly in the upstream project (along with the secret token), and when ...
A changelog is handy as one will see what changes reside in a certain release. A couple of months ago one of my tools was not working anymore. By consulting the Changelog it was possible to find the issue quite fast. Examples:
By creating the Changelog ...