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Author r.david.murray
Recipients r.david.murray, zach.ware
Date 2015-07-29.21:37:48
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I think option 1 is to be preferred.  One of the things we've been talking about for the workflow is gating on the buildbots passing, and the way that works with flaky tests is if the check fails, you just run the test again so you get a green and the patch can be gated in.  So from that perspective if the tests pass on rerun the result is most useful if it is green.

Unless we want to say amber is OK for gating...but in terms of cognative load I think green is better.  After all, our current green state is morally equivalent to running the tests again and having them pass..
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