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package set maint_debian-accessibility in unstable/i386
The package set maint_debian-accessibility in unstable/i386 consists of 48 packages:
None 0 (0.0%) packages failed to build reproducibly:
None 2 (4.2%) packages failed to build from source: quickjs pocketsphinx-python
None None None None 1 (2.1%) packages are either in depwait state, blacklisted, not for us, or cannot be downloaded: liblouis
None 45 (93.8%) packages successfully build reproducibly: accerciser atkmm1.6 at-spi2-core big-cursor brailleutils brltty console-braille daisy-player dasher ebook-speaker edbrowse eflite emacspeak emacspeak-ss espeak espeakedit espeak-ng espeakup fenrir flite fonts-opendyslexic gla11y gnome-mousetrap java-atk-wrapper liblouisutdml liblouisxml mousetweaks natbraille orca orca-sops pcaudiolib pocketsphinx pyatspi sonic speakup speakup-tools speechd-up speech-tools sphinxbase sphinxtrain unar vmg xkbset xvkbd yasr

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