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

reproducible icon 54 packages (10.7% of 507) failed to build reproducibly in total, 5 (6.5% of 77) of them in the last 24h in experimental/armhf:

tidy-html5 zephyr# imagemagick# povray libcgns

reproducible icon 95 packages (18.7% of 507) failed to build from source in total, 9 (11.7% of 77) of them in the last 24h in experimental/armhf:

polyml golang-github-coreos-bbolt php-doctrine-dbal node-readable-stream node-d3-hierarchy node-ajv p4est vdr-plugin-markad nzbget

reproducible icon 43 packages (8.5% of 507) failed to satisfy their build-dependencies, 23 (29.9% of 77) of them in the last 24h in experimental/armhf:

pythran emperor q2-quality-control q2-metadata deal.ii rust-microformats golang-opentelemetry-proto cloudcompare golang-opentelemetry-contrib gazebo golang-github-google-cel-go golang-github-grpc-ecosystem-grpc-gateway.v2 esdm etesync-dav rust-sequoia-octopus-librnp golang-github-google-cel-spec q2-feature-classifier golang-google-grpc node-solid-jose vault golang-google-genproto zeekctl opm-grid

reproducible icon 291 packages (57.4% of 507) successfully built reproducibly in total, 39 (50.6% of 77) of them in the last 24h in experimental/armhf:

liborcus c-ares cmark belle-sip php-psr-simple-cache bzrtp mediastreamer2 krb5-auth-dialog golang-github-form3tech-oss-jwt-go libchipcard node-d3-dsv libdevel-ptkdb-perl node-ajv-keywords graphql-relay irssi-rocketchat webrtc-audio-processing rt-extension-resetpassword php-psr-container simple-http rt-extension-commandbymail sass-stylesheets-wyrm armci-mpi xpenguins rt-extension-nagios pluto-find-orb rt-extension-elapsedbusinesstime wicd rt-extension-customfieldsonupdate ruby-aws-sdk ruby-thrift rt-extension-mergeusers rt-extension-jsgantt rt-extension-calendar rt-extension-smsnotify rt-extension-assetautoname ruby-carrierwave node-tap-parser node-loader-utils php-getid3

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