Debian navigation

Packages in experimental/i386 which failed to build from source

reproducible icon 80 (10.5%) packages which failed to build from source in experimental/i386: (this list is filtered and only shows unexpected ftbfs issues - see the list below for expected failures.)

boxbackup qtdeclarative-opensource-src nvidia-texture-tools daq critterding gnokii mini-buildd virtuoso-opensource tracker-miners botan exiv2 postgis murano-agent nova tuxpaint cloudkitty kalarmcal swift libkgapi glance watcher networkx numpy linux boinc llvm-toolchain-snapshot libjpeg-turbo morbig thunderbird qtlocation-opensource-src qtquickcontrols-opensource-src python-os-win python-proliantutils python-keystoneauth1 python-blazarclient tracker openjdk-14 nodejs python-django slowmovideo scotch nuitka socat sump-logicanalyzer ruby-nmatrix phonetisaurus php-sabredav# openhft-chronicle-network openhft-chronicle-threads openhft-chronicle-bytes openhft-chronicle-wire# android-platform-external-doclava breezy ruby-net-http-persistent# insighttoolkit4 ruby-eventmachine# ruby-influxdb golang-golang-x-debug pynn# kcm-ufw dvidvi+ blcr# pluto-find-orb ruby-redis davs2 xavs2 pluto-sat-code golang-github-golang-geo morsmall gcc-cross-support arduino xpdf quassel-irssi libewf ants# php-sabre-vobject# yamcha ssh-askpass-fullscreen php-sabre-event# kopete

A package name displayed with a bold font is an indication that this package has a note. Visited packages are linked in green, those which have not been visited are linked in blue.
A # sign after the name of a package indicates that a bug is filed against it. Likewise, a + sign indicates there is a patch available, a P means a pending bug while # indicates a closed bug. In cases of several bugs, the symbol is repeated.