When should the CI or tests fail?
The CI turned out to be really great, in order to check the status of our modules. However, it seems that there is no clear consensus on its purpose. At several occasions people (me included) mentioned that a continuously failing CI is annoying because it defeats its purpose to easily reveal if a commit or MR breaks code. This especially happens for long standing bugs and known issues making people suggest to disable those tests. On the other hand it's clearly not the purpose of the CI to give us a good feeling just by being green and a failing CI has its value because it documents a defect.
In order to avoid increasing discontent we should decide on a general guideline how to deal with this.