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

reproducible icon 231 packages (31.0% of 745) failed to build reproducibly in total, 19 (21.1% of 90) of them in the last 24h in experimental/amd64:

ocaml-dune qtwebsockets-opensource-src qtgraphicaleffects-opensource-src linphone plasma-nm qtwebchannel-opensource-src oxygen ahven ksysguard code-saturne protobuf taglib qtdoc-opensource-src qtwebview-opensource-src qtscxml-everywhere-src plasma-desktop scons qtsvg-opensource-src plasma-workspace

reproducible icon 94 packages (12.6% of 745) failed to build from source in total, 26 (28.9% of 90) of them in the last 24h in experimental/amd64:

kdeclarative wpa pytorch-audio pytorch-vision netsniff-ng pyfeed yamcha simtools chromium libewf boinc freedroidrpg musescore-snapshot sundials tuxpaint qtlocation-opensource-src kitemmodels mediagoblin emacs mini-buildd sawfish nvidia-texture-tools gnokii kparts qtquickcontrols-opensource-src kcmutils

reproducible icon 37 packages (5.0% of 745) failed to satisfy their build-dependencies, 12 (13.3% of 90) of them in the last 24h in experimental/amd64:

phpunit xdg-desktop-portal-kde phpunit-global-state php-twig phpcpd php-timer php-codecoverage phpunit-diff phpunit-exporter goval-dictionary php-phpspec-prophecy-phpunit phploc

reproducible icon 382 packages (51.3% of 745) successfully built reproducibly in total, 32 (35.6% of 90) of them in the last 24h in experimental/amd64:

pytorch-text pytorch-ignite qtgamepad-everywhere-src ruby-uglifier# ksshaskpass breeze-grub php-symfony-contracts psi-plus-l10n performous ntfs-3g java-common rep-gtk capstone php-enum# frameworkintegration node-has-yarn libmng clevis libvirt-tck tinysvm e3 cronie m2m-aligner alternative-libc-build-helpers mdbtools mumps guile-zlib guile-lzlib subethasmtp python-falcon tensorpipe liboauth2

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