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Packages in unstable/amd64 where the sources failed to download

reproducible icon 63 (0.2%) packages where the sources failed to download in unstable/amd64:

hscolour minetest-mod-basic-materials gcc-snapshot hunt cluster libregexp-trie-perl zopfli ruby-foreman libmseed unsafe-mock zipl-installer xfce4-dict haskell-half haskell-microlens-platform haskell-concurrent-output inxi hurd photoflare proteinortho haskell-memotrie haskell-asn1-parse man-db haskell-parsers haskell-rvar haskell-transformers-base sylph-searcher haskell-prim-uniq haskell-tasty-smallcheck haskell-parallel orca latexdiff plm dar libplacebo haskell-fmlist lintian haskell-quickcheck-instances goobox node-formidable golang-github-go-debos-fakemachine sip5 zaz haskell-newtype-generics bind9 qcustomplot node-raw-body icu debian-edu-doc node-multiparty sqlmap subnetcalc haskell-unix-time slepc4py wrk# sqlite3# haskell-splitmix pygame nco oggvideotools with-editor haskell-psqueue freebayes trilinos

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