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Packages in experimental/armhf tested in the last 48h for build reproducibility

reproducible icon 110 packages (19.8% of 555) failed to build reproducibly in total, 17 (22.4% of 76) of them in the last 48h in experimental/armhf:

binutils+ qtxmlpatterns-opensource-src mariadb-10.3 qtdatavis3d-everywhere-src qtspeech-opensource-src qtserialbus-everywhere-src qtvirtualkeyboard-opensource-src qt3d-opensource-src qtscxml-everywhere-src qtconnectivity-opensource-src qtsvg-opensource-src qtquickcontrols2-opensource-src qtscript-opensource-src qtnetworkauth-everywhere-src klibc hugin box2d

reproducible icon 104 packages (18.7% of 555) failed to build from source in total, 16 (21.1% of 76) of them in the last 48h in experimental/armhf:

tuxpaint chromium icu mutter libaio-ocaml symfony dart simde+ volk qtlocation-opensource-src qtremoteobjects-everywhere-src qtquickcontrols-opensource-src cups# audit pinhole ruby-faraday

reproducible icon 29 packages (5.2% of 555) failed to satisfy their build-dependencies, 18 (23.7% of 76) of them in the last 48h in experimental/armhf:

rust-nitrokey nipype rust-nitrokey-sys php-sabre-vobject# sequitur-g2p pynn# imip-agent kcm-ufw libqinfinity keysafe ants# urjtag freedict-swa-eng# dh-kpatches# rocminfo critterding heudiconv# vuls

reproducible icon 277 packages (49.9% of 555) successfully built reproducibly in total, 23 (30.3% of 76) of them in the last 48h in experimental/armhf:

ruby-gitlab-fog-azure-rm golang-k8s-sigs-structured-merge-diff openbsc tor ruby-azure-storage-common last-align examl qtgamepad-everywhere-src qttranslations-opensource-src hwloc vdr-plugin-markad jflex mailmindr node-uuid ukui-settings-daemon rust-gobject-sys rust-glib-sys parlatype pytest# lensfun plexus-archiver simple-http policykit-1

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