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reproducible icon 127 (0.4%) packages where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied. Note that temporary failures (eg. due to network problems) are automatically rescheduled every 4 hours.

zaqar# neutron-vpnaas biomaj3 spyder-reports python-daphne mapbox-vector-tile bernhard flask-socketio python-django-celery-beat python-hbmqtt libtest-aggregate-perl# backblaze-b2 caffe python-django-celery-results urweb ruby-compass#+ spyder-line-profiler python-raven# repetier-host spyder-memory-profiler kubernetes# berkshelf# python-azure-storage science.js# moonshot-gss-eap# haskell-secret-sharing ppx-type-conv ppx-sexp-conv pa-structural-sexp python-azure ppx-driver ppx-optcomp janest-core-kernel# pylint-celery# containerd# python-trezor janest-core-extended# ruby-diaspora-federation-rails ocaml-textutils ocaml-re2 ruby-diaspora-federation# retweet xemacs21-packages python-paho-mqtt pylint-django node-d3-dsv django-celery-transactions# celery-haystack python-ilorest node-promise-retry buildbot xcffib# yowsup python-ttystatus spyder devscripts foolscap# py-macaroon-bakery openstack-trove# pkg-info-el biomaj3-daemon biomaj3-cli xmltooling biomaj3-download utopia-documents### python-requirements-detector pytest-pylint biomaj3-process ubuntu-dev-tools python-autobahn typerep spyder-unittest pylint-flask gitlint# pylint-common# ploticus# shibboleth-sp2 pyepl# shibboleth-resolver python-sponge# ruby-compass-rails# pylint python-googlecloudapis ocaml-ipaddr libswe-doc# nurpawiki pycaptcha psychopy# plasma-widget-yawp# pkpgcounter pdftk# opentk# opensaml2 openclipart pygdchart2# ocsigenserver mlton libxmlada python-django-channels nautilus-image-manipulator# gitit uranium janest-core### jssip aboot++# ghc-mod ironic distro-info eliom fceux# dogtag-pki# cvsgraph# doc-linux-fr+ coinst cipux-rpc-client vtk7 gnocchi+ guidata guiqwt python-axolotl pylint-plugin-utils asciijump facter pychromecast r-cran-bh r-cran-rappdirs bruteforce-salted-openssl

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