Mattia Rizzolo wrote:
> > And to that I would say "Fine, but what's the point in making a
> > package reproducible when it does not even build from source to begin
> > with?"
> That's an overstatement: packages most usually build just fine ^^
> If the they fail to build is a altoghether differnt problem than just
> reproducible build indeed, and we're not so much concerned (as they
> don't block our general work really).
Nevertheless I've seen no archive-wide rebuild for QA purposes since
the reproducible builds projects runs at full speed.
So IMHO the reproducible builds projects has taken over the task of
reporting FTBFS noticed by rebuilding packages -- independent of being
planned to do so or not.
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