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Notes about issue blacklisted_on_jenkins in unstable

Identifier: blacklisted_on_jenkins
Suites: unstable / trixie / bookworm / bullseye / experimental
Description: Some packages have been blacklisted in our test infrastructure because
their build hangs, takes too long, spawns processes that are not killed, or
simply because they use too many resources for our current capacity. (This
is purely practical step - we would like to test these packages.)
Packages in 'unstable' known to be affected by this issue:
(the 1/4 most-popular ones (within this issue) are underlined)

blacklisted icon 45 blacklisted packages in unstable/amd64: acl2 ben calligra cherrytree codelite cvc4 gcc-10 gcc-10-cross-ports gcc-11 gcc-11-cross-ports gcc-12 gcc-12-cross-ports gcc-13 gcc-13-cross-ports gcc-9 gcc-9-cross-ports gcc-snapshot gmsh golang-github-azure-azure-sdk-for-go gr-dab grammalecte lazarus libstdc++-arm-none-eabi magics++ mpqc3 navarp ocaml-dune octave opa-ff openblas openjfx paraview pgocaml psi4 qgis scipy telegram-desktop thunderbird trilinos vtk9 wine wpewebkit yade elektra## mono+


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