## User Guide
### Color Codes
Pull requests are color-coded based on their build status and review status. If a pull request passes both build and review, it's shown as green. If a pull request fails either build or review, it's shown as red. All other pull requests are shown as yellow.
### Build Status
Build status is based on the build status set on the GitHub repository.
### Review Status
Review status for each pull request is determined by the comments left on it. To approve a pull request, a reviewer simply comments with a thumbs up emoji or `:+1:`. Any other comments by the reviewer will mark the review as failed. If the last comment is from the person who created the pull request, the status is marked as pending (since they probably asked a question). Pushing a new commit also resets the status to pending.
Red badges are shown on the reviewer and requester's avatars when they need to take action on the pull request. A badge on the reviewer means either 1) the code review hasn't happened or 2) the code review was a success, and the pull request needs to be merged. A badge on the requester means the build or code review failed.
### First Successful Build Day
Once a pull request has passed build, it displays the first successful build day in the bottom right corner. This can be useful for teams where people are assigned specific days for reviewing pull requests.
|git status --TV|