CI Status dashboard
The CI Status dashboard is a web application that shows a build status summary for all your repositories.
CI Status requires PHP 5.5 or higher. To use CI Status you need a GitHub account and a Travis-CI account.
Create a Github application for OAuth authentication
You need to create a GitHub application so that you can have an Client ID and Client secret to integrate with GitHub's API.
This is necessary to allow users to login into CI Status with their GitHub account.
These commands will setup the application and ask you for the application Client ID and Client secret:
$ export SYMFONY_ENV=prod && ./composer.phar install --no-dev -o $ ./bowerphp.phar install $ app/console cache:clear --env=prod --no-debug
If you hit GitHub's API limit with Composer, use the
--prefer-source flag. If you hit it with Bower, you need to set a
BOWERPHP_TOKEN environment variable, see the documentation.
To improve security and privacy, be aware that users GitHub tokens are stored in the sessions. You need to take care of how those sessions are stored on your server to protect those tokens. It is recommended that you set up a short expiration time and ensure that the session files are correctly garbage-collected.
CI Status is a standard Symfony application:
$ composer install $ bower install $ app/console server:run
Note: on Ubuntu you may need to run
sudo apt-get install php5-intl.
You can set the following options in
parameters: # ... # Exclude specific repositories from the dashboard excluded_repositories: - piwik/piwik-tests-plugins - piwik/piwik-python-api
Pull requests are welcome!