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Packages in experimental/i386 where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied

reproducible icon 55 (3.3%) packages where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied. Note that temporary failures (eg. due to network problems) are automatically rescheduled every 4 hours.

freedombox vuls libjogl2-java davmail golang-opentelemetry-contrib gazebo pynormaliz gitlab rust-nitrokey golang-github-grpc-ecosystem-grpc-gateway.v2 faumachine rust-sequoia-octopus-librnp ruby-webauthn esdm edk2 gitaly gnome-shell tracker-miners rust-gstreamer q2-quality-control rust-microformats rust-isahc node-solid-jose golang-opentelemetry-proto emperor q2-metadata tycho golang-github-google-cel-go parmed golang-google-grpc golang-github-google-cel-spec golang-google-genproto vault zeekctl etesync-dav node-trust-jwa freebayes fastqc libewf imip-agent phonetisaurus rust-nitrokey-sys sequitur-g2p tensorflow freedict-swa-eng# keysafe cura urjtag enhanceio critterding rust-gstreamer-audio rust-gstreamer-base rust-gstreamer-video ipywidgets python-pdbfixer

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