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There are 75 faulty packages without notes in testing/amd64.

reproducible icon 39 unreproducible packages in testing/amd64, ordered by build date:

node-fuzzaldrin-plus slic3r-prusa haskell-http-link-header xmds2 tumiki-fighters guile-lib ion pylucene libgnatcoll gif2png ldap-haskell yt p7zip cortina clc-intercal stockfish spatial4j ruby-email-validator openni2 spherepack clojure pysurfer node-js-yaml scrollz ruby-chronic cross-toolchain-base-ports gsequencer belle-sip graxxia guile-json gnome-clocks libpdl-stats-perl qtscriptgenerator heartbeat libpdl-linearalgebra-perl relaxngcc qtwebengine-opensource-src node-tap qtiplot

reproducible icon 36 FTBFS packages in testing/amd64, ordered by build date:

node-marked-man devscripts sword openhft-chronicle-bytes tap.py git-build-recipe commons-pool2 xcffib python-dogpile.cache python-formencode datalad dput-ng checkinstall libnet-sip-perl ruby-celluloid python-pykka python-testing.postgresql libmessage-passing-zeromq-perl tiptop lmfit-py cross-toolchain-base nanoc pybind11 cram python-argcomplete vim nbd python-django python-apt rsyslog uhttpmock coquelicot golang-gopkg-alexcesaro-statsd.v1 qutemol pyeapi validator.js

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