Monitor the state of any major continuous integration server for free while building reputation and earning achievements. CI Servers supported: Team Foundation Services (TFS), Team City, Hudson, Jenkins, Travis, Buildbot, and CruiseControl.Net.
You get one point for each successful build and lose four points for each failed build. There are other ways too.
Do special things like fix other people's builds. Check out the full list of achievements.
Really? Cool, we welcome pull requests. Our code is at github.com/AutomatedArchitecture/SirenOfShame
A: Well, it's free. Beyond that if you find a bug you can fix it your damn self. Oh wait, that benefits us.
How about theoretically you could contribute new features if you felt like it and had lots of extra time and cared enough, which you don't, so never will, but at least you feel somewhat enabled? Nah, that's not a real benefit.
Maybe: it gives suckers like you the impression that we're wonderful communist loving people when in fact we're heartless evil capitalists. Damn, benefits us again. [note: Joe informed me that I just insulted like 100% of our customer base not to mention several powerful countries and that's bad for business and could lead to death threats. But frankly I don't feel that anyone will read this anyway.]
I know: it allows us to fool generous well-meaning companies that offer fantastic not-free software like wyBuild into allowing us to use their software at no cost. Damn, us again.
Ok, let's just leave it at free.
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Basically Cause->effect is super customizable: