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Packages in buster/amd64 where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied

reproducible icon 54 (0.2%) packages where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied. Note that temporary failures (eg. due to network problems) are automatically rescheduled every 4 hours.

node-merge-descriptors silx node-rdf-canonize rust-cargo-vendor node-jsonld libdbd-mysql-perl node-loader-utils astropy-helpers node-timed-out prometheus-bind-exporter thunderbolt-tools node-babel-preset-flow-vue kteatime dub senlin r-bioc-xvector libdbd-mariadb-perl node-duplexer3 hothasktags ibus-pinyin pencil2d ruby-voight-kampff wifite rust-cargo-lichking satpyP salt android-platform-frameworks-data-binding libbiod khal# librdf-trine-serializer-rdfa-perl foodcritic ruby-compat-resource node-autoprefixer librdf-query-client-perl gpaste acorn python-limits linux-patch-debianlogo node-xmpp linux-patch-grsecurity2 i8c tmuxinator ruby-rspec-rails eficas+ ruby-omniauth-cas3 php-services-weather node-postcss php-log icedtea-web pivy bugs-everywhere+ netpipe graphite-api cairocffi#

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