A few of the GitHub projects I contribute to use Travis CI for build testing. However, I've noticed that some projects use travis-ci.org for build testing, while others use travis-ci.com. Both sites seem to function identically, even down to using the same UI.
Over the next several months, we’ll be migrating all travis-ci.org repositories and customers to travis-ci.com. Though this will not happen right away, you can go ahead and read more about what to expect in the docs.
As already pointed out in the comments section, migration is currently in beta, but may be triggered manually. So, if you still have repositories on travis-ci.org (see migration guide):
Open source projects and their build history will continue to run on
travis-ci.orgat this time.
However, you can be included in the closed beta testing to start migrating your open source repositories to
To have any public repository migrated over, it must be first activated on travis-ci.com using GitHub Apps.
Once your account is ready to migrate, you’ll receive a confirmation email.
- Check out what the beta testing includes on this open source to travis-ci.com migration guide.
Aside from pricing model, the two sites are identical.
- travis-ci.org is a free service for public open source projects.
- travis-ci.com is a paid service for private commercial projects.
Why can’t I find information on pricing on travis-ci.org?
Travis CI is, and always will be, free for open source projects.
For a list of plans and prices for private repositories, look at travis-ci.com/plans.