Justin W. Flory (he/him) authored
This commits adds Travis CI support for FOSSRIT/fossrit.github.io. It builds the site with Jekyll, checks for HTML errors and broken links with `html-proofer`, and if successful and run on `master`, it deploys the latest build of the site from Travis. I used the official Jekyll docs to set up testing, although there were several things missing that took me a long time to figure out how to get that part working: https://jekyllrb.com/docs/continuous-integration/travis-ci/ Never forget, `bundler exec`.
😬It is worth noting a few things are disabled in `html-proofer` that realistically should be enabled. We _should_ check for alt tags, we should _not_ have to ignore `/projects/` but we do because they are appended with `.html` extensions for some reason, unlike the rest of the site. The `permalink` metadata we set in project profiles is likely to blame for this. At time of commit/pull request, CI is failing. Another PR coming later will fix the 404 errors and other broken links that it discovered while putting this PR together. Additionally, I used the official Travis CI docs for setting up automatic deployments from Travis: https://docs.travis-ci.com/user/deployment/pages/ Additionally, I validated the Travis config in the beta Travis CI Config explorer/validator tool: https://config.travis-ci.com/ Closes #44. Signed-off-by: Justin W. Flory <firstname.lastname@example.org> 📝README: Add Travis CI testing badge Show the latest status of `master` branch builds in Travis CI on the README. Signed-off-by: Justin W. Flory <email@example.com>47fa1114