In 2012, we ran a successful crowdfunding campaign help to support Travis CI.
We want to thank you a million times for your support!
We received 1005 donations from awesome individuals, open source advocates, mums and dads, friends and family!
*Subscriptions and $1 donations not included.
More then one third of the donations came from individuals. Thank you everyone, you're awesome!
We've received donations from all across the globe, showing how wide-spread not only usage of Travis CI is, but for open source in general!
We wanted to provide Travis CI for your private repositories. And we did!
We launched into private beta in August 2012, by October 2013 we've been serving more than 500 customers, running more than 16.000 builds per day.
We worked on offering support for multiple versions for Python, Scala, Java, Go, with more to come!
But we're not done yet. Soon, Travis CI will have built-in support for Haskell, Rust and Android.
We continue to regularly update our environments to support new versions of languages, including PHP 5.5, OpenJDK 8 EA, Go 1.1, and others.
Open source on GitHub is all about pull requests. Our first major goal for 2012 was enable open source projects to utilize continuous integration with contributions easily, taking pull requests to a whole new level, eventually leading to full blown integration on GitHub's side, with Travis CI leading the way!
Since October 2012, the number of builds we can run concurrently has grown 500%.
Instead of running on small servers with eight cores, 16GB of memory and 32 bit machines, we now run on machines with 32 cores, 64 GB machines with four SSDs each.
We have enough capacity to run 600 builds at the same time (which we do on occasion), and we regularly add more.
Our thanks to Blue Box for helping provide the infrastructure and enabling us to scale up with the ever increasing demand!
We sent so much mail that if you took the average number of emails we sent in a day in 2013 and gave them the physical weight of a letter, they’d weigh around 875 pounds!
In 2011, we ran tests for 21 hours a day.
In 2012, we ran 779 hours, with 369 hours dedicated to private projects.
In 2013, we're running 3223 hours in total per day, with 1641 hours on private projects
*Numbers as of October 31
Our team has grown too. There are nine awesome people working on Travis CI full time!
We'd like to thank our contributors, who've been a great help in improving Travis CI over the years. Thank you, Sarah Hodne, Michael Klishin, Loic Frering, Gilles Cornu, Aaron Hill, Dan Buch, and all the other fine folks who've contributed, filed bug reports, and improved our documentation!