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There are 83 faulty packages without notes in experimental/amd64.

reproducible icon 28 unreproducible packages in experimental/amd64, ordered by build date:

apparmor node-autoprefixer iraf cyrus-imapd tcl9.0 uhd gio-qt kopete python-django zeekctl libapache2-mod-tile tomcat10 osmo-mgw xalan osmo-hlr davs2 plasma-thunderbolt breeze oxygen cubew tcl8.7 qtwebkit-opensource-src nodejs mitlm evolution-ews mongo-cxx-driver box2d coinmp

reproducible icon 55 FTBFS packages in experimental/amd64, ordered by build date:

zaqar-ui exo osmo-bsc osmo-bts ruby-sentry-raven node-solid-jose fcitx5 openhft-chronicle-network openhft-chronicle-threads blt openhft-chronicle-bytes dvdisaster mmh jverein osmo-msc osmo-sgsn ruby-faraday mariadb-10.4 vitrage-dashboard xpdf pluto-sat-code pluto-find-orb tinc zeek node-trust-jwa phonetisaurus enhanceio sump-logicanalyzer node-rollup-plugin-node-resolve rocr-runtime audit node-diff etesync-dav qtdeclarative-opensource-src-gles arriero groestlcoin netsniff-ng pyfeed yamcha simtools libewf libsass socat xmlelements gcc-cross-support fluxbox arduino nnpack diaspora xfce4-sensors-plugin python-firehose ssh-askpass-fullscreen vault ruby-nmatrix ruby3.0

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