so, the question is simple: shall we enable build path variation for
unstable and experimental for all tested archs now? and disable it again
for testing/i386 (and the other testing archs), so that we can show
how a ~90% reproducible stretch could be achieved, while we would see in
unstable how far away we are with varying build pathes… (75-80%
reproducible packages I would guesstimate…)

Or shall we wait til testing/i386 has been built once fully with build
path variation so we *know* the number I currently guesstimate as 75-80%??

Or shall we forget about build path variation?

I think regarding Debian releases, I'd recommend that we aim for
partially reproducible packages given known build paths and for
buster we'll see :)


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