Largely ignore the fact that weeks 0 and 1 had so many failures, that was due to Jenkins running out of space, which bled over into the week0 report.
This is the first one that reports the number of SuppressWarnings annotations that we can use as a baseline. If I start adding SuppressWarnings through the code as per my other e-mail, this number will increase drastically over the next while, but ignore it for now.
SuppressWarnings count: last week: 973, this week: 973, delta 0
Processing file (History bit 3): HOSS-2020-05-11.csv
Processing file (History bit 2): HOSS-2020-05-04.csv
Processing file (History bit 1): HOSS-2020-04-27.csv
Processing file (History bit 0): HOSS-2020-04-20.csv
Number of AwaitsFix: 42 Number of BadApples: 4
Raw fail count by week totals, most recent week first (corresponds to bits):
Week: 0 had 102 failures
Week: 1 had 343 failures
Week: 2 had 86 failures
Week: 3 had 78 failures
********Failures in Hoss' reports for the last 4 rollups.
There were 484 unannotated tests that failed in Hoss' rollups. Ordered by the date I downloaded the rollup file, newest->oldest. See above for the dates the files were collected
These tests were NOT BadApple'd or AwaitsFix'd