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There are 80 faulty packages without notes in experimental/amd64.

reproducible icon 47 unreproducible packages in experimental/amd64, ordered by build date:

yorick-optimpack okular jp2a quasselc libxfce4ui libpodofo wlroots findutils spatialite dump1090-mutability libcrypto++ pluto-find-orb gtk+4.0 kmymoney gfan qtgamepad-everywhere-src python-apt poppler librttopo osmo-mgw gutenprint xfwm4 cfitsio hplip pluto-lunar pluto-jpl-eph sndio tk8.7 planetblupi libxml2 cubew cronie apport batmand qtwebview-opensource-src qtvirtualkeyboard-opensource-src qtwebkit-opensource-src mariadb-10.3 android-platform-external-libunwind postgresql-11 libgnatcoll thunderbird emacs gprbuild upspin librsync kopete

reproducible icon 33 FTBFS packages in experimental/amd64, ordered by build date:

sbt-test-interface openjdk-7-jre-dcevm dpdk igor pluto-sat-code linphone tcl8.7 ssh-askpass-fullscreen sbt-template-resolver jawn dh-ada-library gramps libtirpc insighttoolkit4 fpylll sbt-launcher-interface sbt-serialization scala-pickling yamcha sump-logicanalyzer socat ruby-nmatrix phonetisaurus maliit-plugins ruby-influxdb gcc-cross-support insserv certmaster arduino kcm-ufw json4s scopt pond

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