Oh hey though. I just realized, it turns out that open source will no longer be offered free service on travis-ci.com either. In case some of you had missed the announcement.
I had realized my builds stopped working on .org  , and was moving them all over to .com – where they started working as expected again – but I hadn’t realized that was just buying me a tiny bit of time.
It looks like legacy open source accounts on .com will get a certain number of hours credit, and after those are out… you can open a support ticket to ask for a share of “an allotment of OSS minutes that will be reviewed and allocated on a case by case basis”, “should your run out of credits again you can repeat the process to request more or discuss a renewable amount.”
The FAQ Travis staff linked to above says,
Q. Will Travis CI be getting rid of free users? #
A. Travis CI will continue to offer a free tier for public or open-source repositories on travis-ci.com and will not be affected by the migration.
That would seem to not be correct information.
Sounds to me like basically no more free hours for open source. I just realized this myself AFTER moving my stuff to .com to get it to work again. Oops. So I figured I should come share the bad news, it did not seem this thread was necessarily aware.
I already moved my open source projects over to .com, which DID get the builds running again – but I haven’t yet figured out how many hours of credit I have until they stop working without paying. Oops. So something to know before you move over to .com.
 Despite the FAQ saying “we’re making a number of changes to the travis-ci.org infrastructure to ensure the service will remain as reliable and available to you as it always has been until the migration is completed.” https://docs.travis-ci.com/user/migrate/open-source-repository-migration#q-will-travis-ciorg-become-unreliable .