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There are 61 faulty packages without notes in experimental/amd64.

reproducible icon 4 unreproducible packages in experimental/amd64, ordered by build date:

gcc-13-cross libsdl3 dtkcore webkit2gtk

reproducible icon 57 FTBFS packages in experimental/amd64, ordered by build date:

tensorflow fenicsx-performance-tests q2-feature-classifier golang-github-lucas-clemente-quic-go android-platform-frameworks-base origami-pdf orangeassassin blt node-d3-time sump-logicanalyzer kmfl-keyboards-mywin kiwix-tools sway hiredis reprepro monkeysphere mediasoup dtc fluxbox ruby-rack theano pysdl2 ruby-omniauth-salesforce node-ajv nzbget vdr-plugin-markad pynest2d openhft-chronicle-threads ruby-nmatrix glib2.0 node-readable-stream wayfire openhft-chronicle-wire openhft-chronicle-network openhft-chronicle-bytes pluto-sat-code php-parser node-clipanion mu-editor android-platform-external-doclava yamcha kiwix diaspora dvdisaster simtools libstreamvbyte node-d3-hierarchy ruby-omniauth-google-oauth2 php-doctrine-bundle ruby-turbolinks-source qwt libplacebo tools-deps-alpha-clojure kpatch kata-containers jbig2-imageio groestlcoin

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