I see the same thing happening for the other outstanding pull requests, #2 and #4. In those cases also, it was just the changelog file that was stopping travis. I resolved both of those cases as well, but it points out one of the weaknesses in the travis workflow: a merge conflict in a file such as the changelog shouldn't block or stop the process; that kind of file will probably be edited anyway after travis succeeds and a pull request is approved. For example, the submission date and sequences of entries may be altered. Another example is when multiple pull requests are pending - travis will at first approve all, but then when the each is actually merged, travis will fail all the others because of the new changelog entry!
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