I have several jobs that are prerequisites for other jobs. These jobs are used to set up baseline caches for the all of the following jobs, such as installing/updating dependencies. 99% of the time none of the dependencies have changed, so running the job is not necessary at all. However, there is overhead every time the job is run:"Spin up environment" can take 30-60s+ as the Docker image cache is not always consistent.Restoring a large cache can take 10s+That is 40-70s+ wasted when a simple presence check on the cache would allow the entire job to be skipped.SuggestionI suggest adding a skip_if_cache_exists or similar entry to the job configuration. Example:skip_if_cache_exists: source-v1-{{ .Branch }}-{{ .Revision }}This would allow the job to be skipped entirely, avoiding any unnecessary overhead of spinning up the container and restoring caches.