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There are 64 faulty packages without notes in experimental/i386.

reproducible icon 26 unreproducible packages in experimental/i386, ordered by build date:

akonadi qtwebkit-opensource-src python-oslo.reports python-oslo.concurrency qtscxml-everywhere-src yabause python-scipy tcl8.7 ocaml-num shoelaces gprbuild libxmlada mumps qtbase-opensource-src-gles openems alevt okular policyd-spf-fs go-cpe-dictionary cubew libopencsd groestlcoin gnunet cronie pure-ftpd mitlm

reproducible icon 38 FTBFS packages in experimental/i386, ordered by build date:

python-proliantutils python-keystoneauth1 python-blazarclient tracker openjdk-14 nodejs python-django slowmovideo scotch nuitka socat sump-logicanalyzer ruby-nmatrix phonetisaurus openhft-chronicle-network openhft-chronicle-threads openhft-chronicle-bytes android-platform-external-doclava breezy insighttoolkit4 ruby-influxdb golang-golang-x-debug kcm-ufw pluto-find-orb ruby-redis davs2 xavs2 pluto-sat-code golang-github-golang-geo morsmall gcc-cross-support arduino xpdf quassel-irssi libewf yamcha ssh-askpass-fullscreen kopete

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