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Packages in experimental/amd64 which failed to build from source

reproducible icon 128 (9.7%) packages which failed to build from source in experimental/amd64: (this list is filtered and only shows unexpected ftbfs issues - see the list below for expected failures.)

glusterfs znc mixxx picocli icingaweb2 dijitso ufl primesieve phpdox gitg node-find-up gnome-shell-extension-appindicator libnftnl poedit open-infrastructure-compute-tools silx cmt dkimpy-milter daisy-player puppet-module-cinder octave-statistics libtgvoip octave-dicom colobot node-liftoff python-fabio telegram-desktop sssd python-ecdsa openoverlayrouter bsd-finger python-axolotl libzeep ruby-task-list php-sabre-vobject# ruby-nmatrix pynn# libconfig-grammar-perl php-composer-semver nsync rclone bambootracker node-supports-color libbluray postgis python3-stdlib-extensions morbig thunderbird libclc pocl totem exiv2 binutils supertuxkart sbcl python-keystonemiddleware qtwebengine-opensource-src openjdk-7 daq marble boinc gnokii llvm-toolchain-snapshot php-codesniffer llvm-toolchain-8 ruby-eventmachine# checkpolicy node-irregular-plurals secilc libselinux octave-control ssh-askpass-fullscreen qtquickcontrols-opensource-src critterding mini-buildd vitrage galera-3 boxbackup mistral-dashboard virtuoso-opensource libpmemobj-cpp libewf cairosvg neutron ruby-influxdb python-keystoneauth1 quassel-irssi openhft-chronicle-wire# julia xpdf openhft-chronicle-network openhft-chronicle-threads openhft-chronicle-bytes glib2.0 cloudkitty cups# mutter gscan2pdf pmdk sump-logicanalyzer php-sabredav# ants# kopete libtaverna2-server-java php-sabre-event# blcr# phonetisaurus morsmall pluto-find-orb pluto-sat-code nuitka meson unattended-upgrades python-django lintian-brush gnome-todo qtdatavis3d-everywhere-src node-chokidar gcc-cross-support arduino networking-l2gw dvidvi+ kcm-ufw python-keystoneclient socat datalad insighttoolkit4 yamcha

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