We want to first say BIG THANK YOU for the service you guys provide.
2000 free minutes for OSX host is amazing and all of our team personally like the way you approached the workflows/(shell scripts abstractions) with .yml build steps and pretty workflow editor.
One thought that we have is that it would be really cool if you provide something like pay as you go subscription plans. Something like you would charge for build minutes after exceeding 10 minutes of build time and after exceeding 200 builds per month.
We are small team and we are 100% ok with single concurrency and 95% percent of cases our builds won’t exceed 10 mins, but there is pretty wide deviation for app store uploads in rare times can result in builds exceeding 10 mins. In this case we would be more then willing to pay for extra build minutes (instead of re-renning the entire workflow and wasting your uptime). It is also not reasonable to split the workflow in two since the build-archive takes around 6mins and 2~4 mins for iTunes Connect upload.
Also in the average case we are unlikely to exceed 200 builds, but in case we have really active development timeframes with large amounts of intra-day pull requests it would be also cool to have the option to pay for extra builds.
What do you think about it?