Time to Abandon Travis-CI
A continuous integration system needs to have progressive platform support. Applications and libraries need to test with late releases of operating systems and language releases, preferably with pre-releases, so that a project can validate with those platforms prior to their release.
With Travis, it seems many projects are stuck with an operating system from over four years ago and a Python version that’s well over a year old and does not include the latest stable release.
This makes Travis-CI an unacceptable solution for CI.
I’ve been patient and willing to help, but the frozen answer is that they’re not really working on it.
It’s time to find something better.