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Packages in bullseye/arm64 tested in the last 48h for build reproducibility

reproducible icon 315 packages (1.0% of 30874) failed to build from source in total, 39 (50.6% of 77) of them in the last 48h in bullseye/arm64:

olive-editor python-oslo.concurrency ironic ceilometer python-openstackclient horizon blastem clisp postgresql-numeral ruby2.7 ruby-debian hub python-oslo.utils icu vlfeat totem guix ompl akuma glance castle-game-engine senlin celery ufoai-maps nitime python-keystonemiddleware sdcv form aodh mes postgresql-prioritize python-tooz python-os-faults watcher haskell-hakyll kalarmcal python-taskflow qtdeclarative-opensource-src qtquickcontrols-opensource-src

reproducible icon 38 packages (0.1% of 30874) failed to satisfy their build-dependencies, 38 (49.4% of 77) of them in the last 48h in bullseye/arm64:

parallel-fastq-dump gazebo itksnap unicycler q2-dada2 sepp nifti2dicom gubbins arch-test ginkgocadx win32-loader plasmidid otb haskell-termonad skesa fuse-umfuse-fat minimac4 psortb plastimatch qemu oaklisp fuse-umfuse-iso9660 xserver-xorg-video-glide+ camitk ipxe shovill chez-srfi barrnap fuse-umfuse-ext2 view3dscene slib smuxi libatomic-queue sight nanopass-framework-scheme seqsero smrtanalysis libmmmulti

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