Error adding custom connector to local Airbyte instance

The “Get Spec job failed” error you’re encountering when trying to add your custom connector to Airbyte can be due to several reasons. Here are some potential issues and solutions based on the information extracts: 1. Image Naming: Ensure that your Docker image name doesn’t contain any “bad” symbols like underscores or stacked folders in the Docker repository. This was mentioned in a forum post. 2. Docker Image Tag: If you’re using the latest tag for your Docker image, try switching to a real version number. This was a solution provided by a user in a Github issue comment. 3. Dependencies: Make sure all necessary dependencies are included in your setup. A user in a forum post solved the issue by adding certain dependencies to their setup.py. 4. Architecture Compatibility: If you built your Docker image on a different architecture (e.g., Mac M1), it might have issues running in Airbyte. You can try building the image on your current machine or in the cloud to work around this issue. This was suggested by a support agent in a forum post. If none of these solutions work, you might want to check the server logs for more detailed error messages or post your issue on the Airbyte Github or forum for further assistance.