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There are 73 faulty packages without notes in experimental/i386.

reproducible icon 30 unreproducible packages in experimental/i386, ordered by build date:

fonts-arundina gcc-10 bcachefs-tools plasma-thunderbolt pyside2 xapp adacgi oxygen breeze ibus kopete swupdate okular tcl9.0 qtremoteobjects-everywhere-src mruby go-cpe-dictionary cubew php7.4 bluez tcl8.7 gnunet groestlcoin wpewebkit mitlm fonts-f500 poppler libgnatcoll-bindings yabause shoelaces

reproducible icon 43 FTBFS packages in experimental/i386, ordered by build date:

llvm-toolchain-10 python-apt glib2.0 rust-nitrokey-sys rocksdb armci-mpi msgpack-c glibc ruby-aws-sdk python-django android-platform-external-doclava ruby-influxdb golang-golang-x-debug node-yarnpkg interimap gcc-10-cross gcc-10-cross-ports xavs2 davs2 golang-github-golang-geo fluxbox pluto-find-orb pluto-sat-code gcc-cross-support arduino nodejs openvdb sahara-plugin-spark sahara-plugin-vanilla vmem libewf yamcha ssh-askpass-fullscreen sleef eslint ruby-redis socat sump-logicanalyzer ruby-nmatrix phonetisaurus openhft-chronicle-network openhft-chronicle-threads openhft-chronicle-bytes

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