rush build within the just project, webpack's output seems to be going to stdout rather than stderr even when there's a build error. This makes it next to impossible to see what the build error was in travis builds.
We likely will also need to do the same fix for the templates.
npm init just, if I give the project a scoped name (such as
@uifabric/dashboard), it makes nested folders.
Alternatively, if scoped project names aren't acceptable input, we should show an error instead of making nested folders.