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package set maint_debian-on-mobile-maintainers in unstable/i386
The package set maint_debian-on-mobile-maintainers in unstable/i386 consists of 67 packages:
None 2 (3.0%) packages failed to build reproducibly: govarnam unl0kr
None 2 (3.0%) packages failed to build from source: callaudiod powersupply-gtk
None None None None 2 (3.0%) packages are either in depwait state, blacklisted, not for us, or cannot be downloaded: tuba kalk
None 61 (91.0%) packages successfully build reproducibly: axc calindori chatty confy eg25-manager feedbackd feedbackd-device-themes firefox-esr-mobile-config gnome-calls gnss-share gtherm libaperture-0 libhandy libmbim libomemo libqmi libqrtr-glib lisgd make-dynpart-mappings megapixels meta-phosh meta-plasma-mobile mfgtools mmsd-tng mobile-tweaks modemmanager numberstation osk-sdl phoc phog phosh phosh-antispam phosh-mobile-settings pinhole plasma-dialer plasma-mobile plasma-phonebook plasma-settings pnc portfolio-filemanager protection-domain-mapper purple-lurch purple-mm-sms purple-xmpp-carbons purple-xmpp-http-upload qcom-phone-utils qmlkonsole qrtr rmtfs s2geometry satellite-gtk spacebar squeekboard sxmo-utils tqftpserv umtp-responder vvmd vvmplayer wlr-randr wvkbd wys

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