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Packages in unstable/amd64 where the sources failed to download

reproducible icon 49 (0.2%) packages where the sources failed to download in unstable/amd64:

breezy-debian ruby-uri-template python-jsbeautifier arno-iptables-firewall python-depinfo insilicoseq proxytunnel r-cran-ggplot.multistats r-cran-formattable pipewire r-cran-proxy r-cran-laeken ruby-hana r-cran-knn.covertree ruby-azure-core opendmarc ifupdown-extra ruby-ecma-re-validator civetweb libre rem satpy grub-customizer passwordsafe cewl golang-github-mitchellh-mapstructure pdfcrack golang-github-spf13-viper gnome-shell-extension-appindicator wipe golang-github-nicksnyder-go-i18n libcrypt-smime-perl golang-github-markbates-inflect golang-github-google-go-cmp lumpy-sv golang-github-go-sql-driver-mysql node-mqtt-packet libastro-fits-cfitsio-perl golang-github-kyokomi-emoji golang-pretty qcumber r-bioc-rwikipathways erfa intel-gmmlib pygobject lintian r-cran-cowplot r-cran-htmltools xserver-xorg-video-ati

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