The Jenkins website is at: https://jenkins.io/
Jenkins is also used to see the tests for a particular set of boards.
Jenkins also provides the triggers for the test system. That is, Jenkins initiates jobs, as configured by the user, for starting tests and collecting test results.
- Fuego logs (test log, devlog, syslog and parsed log - see Log files are not available through the Jenkins interface (as of Aug-2016). This seems like a big oversight. See Issue_0010
- builds are marked by Jenkins as: successful, failed, stable, unstable.
- a freestyle build is successful if the return code from executing the code snippet is 0
- a freestyle build is considered 'failed' if the return code from executing the code snippet is non-zero
- a build is stable unless explicitly marked otherwise by some Jenkins action
- they are usually marked so in a post-test operation, by something like TextFinder, groovy, or some other thing