Logs for #nikola for 2020-05-16

05:35:48 <KwBot> [nikola] tbm opened pull request #3412 (tbm:typo): Fix typos https://github.com/getnikola/nikola/pull/3412
10:19:15 <KwBot> [nikola] Kwpolska closed pull request #3412 (tbm:typo): Fix typos https://github.com/getnikola/nikola/pull/3412
12:27:08 <erdgeist> ChrisWarrick: Do you know how to end a subsection in rst?   I am trying to adorn a section with a .. class:: directive, but I find no way of ending that section short of starting another secion. Is there a way to tell the processor that the particular subsection is over and I want to be in the section scope above it?
12:28:49 <felixfontein> I don't know of any text formatting system which allows that
12:32:14 <erdgeist> felixfontein: Okay, maybe I am overly specific. What I try to achieve is to have .. post-list containing some featured content inside the main flow of my article. If I adorn the post-list with a ..class:: directive, it works. But now I want the list to have a heading, so I wondered why I can't just adorn the section with my .. class:: directive and have it end after the post-list to resume with my main 
12:32:20 <erdgeist> content
12:33:53 <felixfontein> makes sense, I just wouldn't call it a section :)
12:34:27 <erdgeist> felixfontein: I don't even care if it is a section ;) I just want a heading there and the whole thing adorned with classes.
12:34:58 <felixfontein> in LaTeX a block would be used for that. maybe some directive? (I'm not *that* familiar with RST)
12:35:06 <erdgeist> I could use a new template for each post-list that brings it's own heading, but this seems awkward
12:35:58 <erdgeist> thanks
12:36:10 <felixfontein> maybe ChrisWarrick has a better idea
13:07:22 <ChrisWarrick> erdgeist: I think you can sometimes indent stuff under the class block and that might work
13:40:13 <erdgeist> ChrisWarrick: Tried several things. indenting the section title yields: docutils.utils.SystemMessage: <string>:12: (SEVERE/4) Unexpected section title.
13:40:47 <erdgeist> ChrisWarrick: The rest just wouldn't work. Can I pass an additional parameter to the template rendering the post-list?
13:40:55 <ChrisWarrick> erdgeist: I would probably provide a custom post-list template at this point
13:41:36 <ChrisWarrick> erdgeist: I don’t think you can
13:45:13 <erdgeist> ChrisWarrick: I _do_ have a custom post-list template. But I would need several, one for each aggregation, just to set the heading :)