Commit history looks like:
- r2 - commit that breaks
- r1 - commit that works
If commit r1 finishes later than r2 then the dashboard shows a successful card for r1 instead of the lasted failure for r2.
I'm using subversion and pipelines
I favourite a particular pipeline X
I make a pipeline X-passing commit and then a failing pipeline X commit
The failing commit fails early in the pipeline i.e. unit tests
The earlier good commit continues through the pipeline and finishes successfully and at a time after the end of the failing commit's pipeline
The blue-ocean beta dashboard view shows me a green tick box rather than a red angry box
This is not what I want, I want to know that my last commit broke the world.
Branch view of multibranch project only shows one branch at a time - it may be not showing the most appropriate branch either (in this case I was seeing the most recent success even when there were running builds)