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

reproducible icon 79 packages (21.2% of 372) failed to build reproducibly in total, 22 (23.2% of 95) of them in the last 48h in experimental/amd64:

libzip octomap urjtag groestlcoin vulkan-validationlayers qgis webkit2gtk bladerf criu cargo ansible ruby-pg grpc wlroots syncany golang-github-mendersoftware-mender-artifact bind cubew cronie binutils-msp430# qtbase-opensource-src-gles suricata

reproducible icon 54 packages (14.5% of 372) failed to build from source in total, 18 (18.9% of 95) of them in the last 48h in experimental/amd64:

usbutils colmap boinc cups# openhft-chronicle-wire# llvm-toolchain-8 yamcha ssh-askpass-fullscreen php-sabre-vobject# php-sabredav# ruby-nmatrix socat pynn# glib2.0 llvm-toolchain-snapshot gcc-9 python-django haproxy

reproducible icon 9 packages (2.4% of 372) failed to satisfy their build-dependencies, 2 (2.1% of 95) of them in the last 48h in experimental/amd64:

pybliographer# gpsd

reproducible icon 222 packages (59.7% of 372) successfully built reproducibly in total, 51 (53.7% of 95) of them in the last 48h in experimental/amd64:

node-arr-exclude node-is-finite node-throttleit open-infrastructure-system-build blueman dh-haskell node-enhanced-resolve node-tapable openhft-affinity cups-filters akira gigolo golang-github-jroimartin-gocui speech-dispatcher kmetronome musescore uglifyjs dbus gnome-settings-daemon gitlab hwloc php-amqplib ruby-leaflet-rails cacti ilmbase zoneminder xfwm4 libxfce4ui xfce4-appfinder liblarch cudf golang-github-mendersoftware-log libxml2 tinc xmlelements yum-utils markdown tinysvm olla dtc apport gst-plugins-good1.0 gstreamer1.0 gst-rtsp-server1.0 gst-libav1.0 gst-plugins-bad1.0 gstreamer-vaapi gst-plugins-ugly1.0 gst-plugins-base1.0# gstreamer-editing-services1.0 gst-python1.0

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