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Packages in experimental/amd64 tested in the last 48h for build reproducibility

reproducible icon 123 packages (22.0% of 558) failed to build reproducibly in total, 20 (17.9% of 112) of them in the last 48h in experimental/amd64:

nitrokey-app bind9 bluez asis apt suricata libtemplates-parser chezscheme gnat-gps cp2k plasma-nm ksysguard kopete virtuoso-opensource libjpeg-turbo syncany bind mitlm gmp qbs

reproducible icon 76 packages (13.6% of 558) failed to build from source in total, 33 (29.5% of 112) of them in the last 48h in experimental/amd64:

armci-mpi wpewebkit breezy openhft-chronicle-threads openhft-chronicle-network openhft-chronicle-bytes blt gcc-10-cross-ports pluto-sat-code php-sabre-event# pluto-find-orb pcl arduino sump-logicanalyzer pyfeed cubew liblog4ada grantlee5 boxbackup qtlocation-opensource-src calibre gnudatalanguage opencv gnokii icu coccinelle mini-buildd lilypond openturns critterding hdf5 slic3r-prusa daq

reproducible icon 16 packages (2.9% of 558) failed to satisfy their build-dependencies, 3 (2.7% of 112) of them in the last 48h in experimental/amd64:

rust-nitrokey plasma-integration rust-nitrokey-sys

reproducible icon 338 packages (60.6% of 558) successfully built reproducibly in total, 55 (49.1% of 112) of them in the last 48h in experimental/amd64:

redmine-plugin-pretend node-solid-jose python-django-registration elpa nzbget python-hug libnitrokey mruby mailmindr gsl spatialite-gui msgpack-c llvm-defaults waybar ruby-defaults php-doctrine-bundle gnome-panel node-rollup-pluginutils policykit-1 libsidplayfp libcrypto++ golang-gogoprotobuf sidplayfp kscreen plasma-workspace-wallpapers zimwriterfs librdf-lazy-perl node-rollup enhanceio radare2-cutter guile-git dh-r php-phpdocumentor-reflection-docblock openhft-affinity libsmpp34 libcddb-perl bluemindo odhcp6c xmbmon cudf liblarch friendly-recovery lucene-net# tk8.7 knot node-immutable-tuple xdrawchem cnrun tinc kmfl-keyboards-mywin libmarpa twistedchecker sequitur-g2p gtk+4.0 tcltk-defaults

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