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package set maint_pkg-multimedia-maintainers in unstable/arm64
The package set maint_pkg-multimedia-maintainers in unstable/arm64 consists of 86 packages:
None 13 (15.1%) packages failed to build reproducibly: tsdecrypt+ klick lakai libdssialsacompat silentjack petri-foo jack-audio-connection-kit sonic-pi+ glyr xcfa rotter jackmeter wsynth-dssi
None 3 (3.5%) packages failed to build from source: mediaconch zyn paulstretch
None 70 (81.4%) packages successfully build reproducibly: amb-plugins avw.lv2 bitmeter blepvco bristol brp-pacu clalsadrv cmt crtmpserver das-watchdog dataquay dvd-slideshow easytag fil-plugins foo-yc20 freetuxtv gerbera ghostess gmerlin gmidimonitor goattracker horgand hydrogen-drumkits ices2 invada-studio-plugins invada-studio-plugins-lv2 jack-capture jackd2 jack-midi-clock jack-stdio jack-tools jamin jnoise klystrack libaudclient libdvbcsa liblscp libreplaygain libsbsms libshairport libuvc lv2-c++-tools lv2dynparam1 lvtk mcp-plugins meterbridge nekobee ois pmidi portsmf qm-dsp qmidiroute rev-plugins rtirq rtmidi seq24 shotdetect ste-plugins swh-lv2 swh-plugins synfigstudio tap-plugins tap-plugins-doc timemachine unicap vco-plugins vkeybd vocproc xjadeo zam-plugins

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