Rugxulo wrote:

> The irony is that most people choke on the complexity, even on
> "simple" systems, because they get caught up in creeping featurism,
> featuritis, code bloat, or whatever you want to call it. It really
> shouldn't be this hard to (re)build world. The fact that we (still!)
> haven't solved this only proves that (like you imply) nobody cares
> enough about having reproducible builds / portable sources or that
> (more likely) nobody knew how to adequately solve the issue,
> universally.

At least some people care about

Robert Riebisch
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