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

reproducible icon 155 packages (25.8% of 600) failed to build reproducibly in total, 5 (10.2% of 49) of them in the last 24h in experimental/amd64:

mediagoblin scribus-ng kjsembed kwindowsystem code-saturne

reproducible icon 65 packages (10.8% of 600) failed to build from source in total, 2 (4.1% of 49) of them in the last 24h in experimental/amd64:

node-cross-spawn ruby-grape#

reproducible icon 21 packages (3.5% of 600) failed to satisfy their build-dependencies, 4 (8.2% of 49) of them in the last 24h in experimental/amd64:

selektor ceph+ xfwm4 ssh-askpass-fullscreen

reproducible icon 353 packages (58.8% of 600) successfully built reproducibly in total, 36 (73.5% of 49) of them in the last 24h in experimental/amd64:

solaar ruby-oembed gitlab-shell php-doctrine-cache# php-doctrine-common haskell-raaz ruby-influxdb ruby-sidekiq ruby-omniauth ruby-carrierwave ruby-redis-rails ruby-hashie pylama schedule freedink-data tahoe-lafs logdata-anomaly-miner velvet kup arriero mtbl golang-golang-x-debug upspin proj4js dh-runit node-pretty-bytes olla dvdisaster kcrash threadweaver kjobwidgets networkmanager-qt knotifications kconfigwidgets# swift nx-libs

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