Sometimes we need to test our projects not because we have changed anything, but because maybe our dependencies have changed, or we want to have an automatic build to get a nightly release out.
Did you know that Travis CI’s web UI,
travis-web, is one of the oldest open source Ember projects out there? It’s true. The first commit to that repository was in June 2012, but Ember-y things go back even further, with a wholesale replacement of Backbone with SproutCore in September 2011! A lot of things have changed since then:
It was recently reported that under specific circumstances, encrypted environment variables could be leaked through our API. This post details the nature of the issue, which repositories may have been affected, and the necessary steps we have taken to ensure that encrypted environment variables remain secure.