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Github branch test colors

Hey Community,


We are using the Github powerup for Trello which is really nice.


However, it bothers me a bit, that when I am building a branch, it will say e.g: "5/6" to indicate that either 5 test suites have passed, but one failed; or 5 test suites have passed and one is still building. The color remains red. This make it hard, at a glance, to determine, whether I need to do something about it.

 Is it possible to alter this powerup in some way? 


Best regards,


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Theodoro Reato
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Feb 07, 2023

Hey Jacob, 

Welcome to the community, 

Could you enlighten me about how do you expect this Power-up to work, I can't guarantee it'll be changed but I'd love to pass your thoughts to our product team.

Would you expect a different color? Or something different?

Gabriel Stepanovich
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Jun 13, 2023

@Theodoro Reato 

It treats skipped jobs as failures. The following is an example of attaching a Pull Request that has passed all the builds but skipped some jobs that don't pertain to the change.


On the board:

Inside the card itself it gives it a 'x'

The following are the 4 types of build messages:
successfailurecancelled, or skipped

My suggestion would be skipped and success are treated as successful.

Or skipped specifically is ignore from that number.


Theodoro Reato
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Jun 13, 2023

Thank you @Gabriel Stepanovich 

We actually have this request from another user, I'll add you as a requester. 

Our Product team will be aware that users are asking for it. Even though this would not guarantee that such a feature would be built, it would certainly bring it to our Product team's attention to be considered, especially if more users have asked for the same thing.

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