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  2. JENKINS-6838

make build time trend green for successful builds

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      It would be nice to make build time trend green for successful builds.
      Currently it still shows succeeded build in blue although greenballs are active.
      This can be confusing for newbies / occasional users, e.g. if you have cancelled and successful builds only, the graph is grey and blue and you first cannot figure out why.

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          asgeirn asgeirn added a comment -

          Ooops, my bad. I'll release the changes this evening. Thanks for reminding me

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          asgeirn asgeirn added a comment - Ooops, my bad. I'll release the changes this evening. Thanks for reminding me
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          asgeirn asgeirn added a comment -

          Released in version 1.7.

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          asgeirn asgeirn added a comment - Released in version 1.7.
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          mdp mdp added a comment -

          This also changes blue to green for low severity warnings in the various static analysis trends graphs. I suppose this may be considered either a good thing or a little bit confusing - low severity warnings are still warnings, so green does not mean good here.

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          mdp mdp added a comment - This also changes blue to green for low severity warnings in the various static analysis trends graphs. I suppose this may be considered either a good thing or a little bit confusing - low severity warnings are still warnings, so green does not mean good here.
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          harrygg Harry G. added a comment -

          For me it's OK. As in Japan blue means good, green should be equivalent everywhere and nothing is made worse. E.g. low severity warnings before were blue=OK in Japan, now green=OK in rest of the world...

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          harrygg Harry G. added a comment - For me it's OK. As in Japan blue means good, green should be equivalent everywhere and nothing is made worse. E.g. low severity warnings before were blue=OK in Japan, now green=OK in rest of the world...
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          starwarsfan starwarsfan added a comment -

          @harrygg:
          Whomsoever I show Hudson, the first question is, why a successful job is blue and not green. No I know why. Thx for the note, now I know why "blue" is the default.

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          starwarsfan starwarsfan added a comment - @harrygg: Whomsoever I show Hudson, the first question is, why a successful job is blue and not green. No I know why. Thx for the note, now I know why "blue" is the default.

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              asgeirn asgeirn
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              harrygg Harry G.
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