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Shared reproducibility issue database

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: Shared reproducibility issue database
Date: Wed, 09 Dec 2015 17:42:10 +0100
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address@hidden (Ludovic Courtès) skribis:

>  * Shared reproducibility issue database
>    Currently we have a bunch of patches and open reproducibility issues
>    at <>, but they feel lonely!  The Debian
>    folks have a Yaml database (recutils would be nice, but hey!) that is
>    used to generate the pages at <>.
>    They are kindly offering to open it to other distros, so that we can
>    all work together instead of duplicating work.  Expect updates on the
>    practical details soonish.

An update!  You can already do:

  git clone git://

to access the database, which may contain useful hints in packages.yml.

Furthermore, the fine hackers on #reproducible-builds on
said they’re happy to give accounts to people who ask.  So you can go to, ask for an account, and then click on “Request to
join” at <>.

However, note that the database hasn’t been converted yet to the
distro-independent format that we discussed at the meeting.  This will
happen probably sometime in January.  Until then it probably doesn’t
make much sense for us to modify it.


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