rhoughton-pivot commented on pull request #5427:
URL: https://github.com/apache/geode/pull/5427#issuecomment-669521913

   > does this affect PRs only or regular pipelines as well? Do I understand 
correctly that this will cause the jobs to run super-fast? That will mess with 
timing statistics for each job...but I guess that's my problem. The whole 
reason for doing it this way instead of as git resource exclusions is because 
of required PR checks, yes?
   This makes all the jobs run quick, without starting a heavy-lifter, in the 
event that the PR is non-testable. We could experiment with twiddling the PR 
resource to two versions, one for "code" and one for "no-code". Code would run 
as-is, no-code would only set "status:passed". We'd have to be careful about 
our GitHub API quotas if we did that; the resource uses a lot more API calls if 
we start filtering by file/directory.

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