With your help we will support non-profit projects that make our community an even better place. Here are some of the projects that we took on:
Rails Girls students went Open Source. Starting July 2013 students worked fulltime for 3 months on great projects.
Help selected Open Source projects kickstart or continue by supporting developers and organize funding. Meet our first project: RVM →
Resources that help fostering diversity, and raise awareness of diversity issues within our community.
Henrietta Kekäläinen from Rails Girls, Core-Team, Rails Girls
Travis CI has always been rocking away at great stuff. Now they have kicked off and managed Rails Girls Summer of Code: funding and supporting women around the world to work full-time for 3 months on open-source projects, speak at conferences and get in touch with the community.
More about Rails Girls Summer of Code →
Anika Lindtner, Manager, Travis Foundation
Diversity in Tech is one project we have on our list. We want to work with conferences, community leaders, companies, initiatives on making our community more open, inclusive and diverse: an even better place. We are currently talking to people, collecting and discussing ideas.
Get in touch →
Josh Kalderimis, CEO, Travis CI
Open Source software is important to many companies the world over. It helps power and drive some of our favorite websites. Open Source Grants is our way of giving back by helping support important established projects, and grow new pioneering projects alike.
More about Open Source Grants →
What is this?
Travis Foundation is a work-in-progress non-profit initiative aiming
to give back and pay forward to the Open Source community.
Travis CI has always been very much
rooted in Open Source. Working with the community to build a service
for the community has been one wild love and succes story. Since
Travis CI now is an established, solid
service, it is time to give back even more.
With Travis Foundation we will use our expertise to support projects that
provide opportunities to newcomers, foster diversity and make the
community an even greater place in general.