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reproducible icon 1555 packages (5.5% of 28404) failed to build reproducibly in total, 7 (9.7% of 72) of them in the last 24h in buster/armhf:

uhd velocity systemtap# tig tennix+ tntnet sympy

reproducible icon 383 packages (1.3% of 28404) failed to build from source in total, 1 (1.4% of 72) of them in the last 24h in buster/armhf:

commons-math3

reproducible icon 26017 packages (91.6% of 28404) successfully built reproducibly in total, 63 (87.5% of 72) of them in the last 24h in buster/armhf:

node-http-signature wims-help xfconf xmakemol voms-mysql-plugin xmobar xauth xmlroff winwrangler python-shellescape agenda.app xblast-tnt-images transfermii wmsun ulex0.8 vocproc xcalib windows-el puppet-module-puppetlabs-apache wims-moodle user-agent-utils wmnet unhtml xfce4-panel vbindiff usb-modeswitch titanion unadf transcalc x11-touchscreen-calibrator unpaper unar wmaker wmcliphist tinymce uriparser soundscaperenderer trac-translatedpages tiptop trousers paprefs texworks task trivial-gray-streams wfrench trac-navadd telepathy-spec tp-smapi tstools tevent taglib-extras tftp-hpa tetraproc tatan t2n stella tcl-signal toposort sphinx-rtd-theme sqlline telegnome owslib spandsp

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