Our team uses the Travis API to get builds for a given project repo, and has noted that the API currently returns less builds than same usage in 2020.
For repo “stripe/stripe-java”, we previously got 19569 builds, and currently get 1237. We have builds dated from 2015 stored from running the API in May 2020 (e.g., build_id : 62146952, committed_at : 2015-05-11T21:23:06Z), but currently the oldest build the API returns is dated December 3, 2019.
For repo “crate/crate”, we previously got 35918 builds, and currently the API returns just 9 builds. We have builds dated from 2014 stored from running the API in May 2020 (e.g., build_id : 28293183, committed_at : 2014-06-24T08:15:14Z), but currently the oldest build the API returns is dated March 11, 2019.
These numbers come using the endpoint ending in .org, as the analogue with .com does not exist.
For repo “zkoss/zk”, we previously got 7215 builds, and currently get just 447. We notice that https://api.travis-ci.org/repositories/zkoss/zk/builds and https://api.travis-ci.com/repositories/zkoss/zk/builds both exist, but using the .com endpoint with the API gives a 403 error.
Any clarity as to why the number of builds returned by the API is currently less than what was returned historically would be greatly appreciated!