Ignore all the currently broken junit tests. Placing the @Ignore annotation
before each broken unit test method achieves this. The rationale is that while
so many tests are broken and we don't have the time to dedicate to fixing them
all, the CruiseControl build process isn't as effective as could be. One of the
main purposes of continuous integration is instantaneous notification when
committed code causes unit test failure. The best way to notice this event is
for the build server to fail the build and email out the failure notification.
Currently the build succeeds even when unit tests fail.
Once this issue is addressed, the CruiseControl configuration must be updated to
fail the build when any unit tests fail.