My apologies if the title does not make much sense. I'm not sure the name of the limbo I am in.

I contribute to several free/open source projects. For example, one of the projects is Wei Dai's Crypto++. My testing fork is on GitHub at Noloader-Crypto++.

Today three of my projects went missing, including Crypto++. Crypto++ looks like it has been reset. The entire build history is missing, and there's a hammer and nail animation when visiting the Travis page. Whatever happened, it happened sometime today.

After poking around I found them moved to the Migrate area. I don't know what migrate is and how to achieve it. Migrate is greyed out so I probably can't migrate even if that is what I am supposed to do.

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I'd like to move the repos back to the free/open source project area so I can run jobs again.

How do I get out of Migration purgatory? Or how do I move the repos back to the free/open source projects area so I can run jobs again?

This may (or may not) be related: What's the difference between travis-ci.org and travis-ci.com?. But I don't really understand what is going on or migration to connect the dots.

  • I see you've already posted in the community forum, might be worth syncing your account GitHub account with Travis CI again as sometimes authentication issues mean repositories seem to disappear. – Richard Slater Oct 23 '19 at 9:38

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