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There are 83 faulty packages without notes in experimental/arm64.

reproducible icon 28 unreproducible packages in experimental/arm64, ordered by build date:

krunner gobject-introspection go-cpe-dictionary openems cubew openjdk-14 qtscxml-everywhere-src postgresql-12 evolution-ews evolution pure-ftpd okular shoelaces sway wlroots mitlm gprbuild libxmlada libopencsd cronie groestlcoin alevt gnunet python-scipy sleef qtbase-opensource-src-gles ocaml-num tcl8.7

reproducible icon 55 FTBFS packages in experimental/arm64, ordered by build date:

node-yargs glib2.0 xavs2 llvm-toolchain-9 python-oslo.policy tracker-miners ruby-redis nuitka tracker ruby-influxdb golang-golang-x-debug pluto-sat-code scotch golang-github-golang-geo quassel-irssi socat yamcha pluto-find-orb nodejs hypre rocksdb ntfs-3g xmbmon openhft-chronicle-threads openhft-chronicle-network openhft-chronicle-bytes software-properties neutron-vpnaas-dashboard mistral-dashboard senlin-dashboard murano-dashboard designate-dashboard heat-dashboard manila-ui arduino ssh-askpass-fullscreen phonetisaurus ruby-nmatrix sump-logicanalyzer policyd-spf-fs odhcp6c gcc-cross-support fluxbox libsoup2.4 epiphany-browser kcm-ufw node-micromatch node-liftoff openhft-affinity kopete gdk-pixbuf xpdf neutron-dynamic-routing libewf davs2

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