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Packages in experimental/armhf tested in the last 24h for build reproducibility

reproducible icon 79 packages (15.1% of 523) failed to build reproducibly in total, 2 (3.5% of 57) of them in the last 24h in experimental/armhf:

x265 dune-grid-glue

reproducible icon 86 packages (16.4% of 523) failed to build from source in total, 8 (14.0% of 57) of them in the last 24h in experimental/armhf:

qnnpack meson openocd musescore x264 gst-plugins-ugly1.0 pandas# libsass

reproducible icon 29 packages (5.5% of 523) failed to satisfy their build-dependencies, 28 (49.1% of 57) of them in the last 24h in experimental/armhf:

gstreamer-vaapi gst-rtsp-server1.0 libreoffice grpc shotcut numericalchameleon ogre-1.12 twisted chezscheme policykit-1 nipype libspring-java gnunet ants# imip-agent keysafe libqinfinity freedict-swa-eng# pynn# kcm-ufw php-sabre-vobject# dh-kpatches# virtuoso-opensource critterding rhash-bindings heudiconv# sendmail libquartz2-java

reproducible icon 305 packages (58.3% of 523) successfully built reproducibly in total, 19 (33.3% of 57) of them in the last 24h in experimental/armhf:

rtmidi megatools friendly-recovery gst-python1.0 sensible-utils postgis reiser4progs guile-json php-twig guile-ssh parlatype-libreoffice-extension guile-git cfitsio gst-libav1.0 slepc4py nyacc php-getid3 debrequest virt-viewer

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