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Packages in experimental/amd64 tested in the last 24h for build reproducibility

reproducible icon 71 packages (17.0% of 418) failed to build reproducibly in total, 13 (24.5% of 53) of them in the last 24h in experimental/amd64:

groestlcoin# cppdb enigmail librsync givaro wml pyotherside cargo petsc poppler x265 slepc qgis

reproducible icon 64 packages (15.3% of 418) failed to build from source in total, 2 (3.8% of 53) of them in the last 24h in experimental/amd64:

kcm-ufw gnutls28

reproducible icon 269 packages (64.4% of 418) successfully built reproducibly in total, 37 (69.8% of 53) of them in the last 24h in experimental/amd64:

libgc librttopo scribus-ng wesnoth-1.13 alkimia groff python-omniorb tvc tcltk-defaults php-doctrine-inflector fflas-ffpack pmount fluxbox gnushogi mitlm enhanceio cipux-rbac freedict-tools golang-github-asaskevich-govalidator# hwloc sonata simtools tpm2-pk11 terminator rocksdb miniupnpc golang-github-dgrijalva-jwt-go-v3 node-tar network-manager syslinux php-doctrine-data-fixtures php-enum# gnu-efi squid breeze-grub icu-le-hb git#

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