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Scieldas is a service to provide metadata badges for Open Source projects.

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Inspired by services like Shields.io, I created my own metadata badges service to provide dynamic badges for endpoints like Travis, Docker and ReadTheDocs build statuses that were in line with my projects' aesthetic direction.

The service is built with Flask and runs as a Docker container, allowing for easy scaling with demand, since the service itself is stateless and gets its information via the public APIs of the relevant services.

Scieldas currently supports Travis CI, ReadTheDocs, the Python Package Index (both the current latest package version and the supported Python versions) and Docker Hub. It also exposes an endpoint to create licence badges, currently Apache 2, GPL 3 and MIT.