last month's status: https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-factory/2020-07/msg00417.html
Last months' reproducible builds project updates (including my work): https://reproducible-builds.org/reports/2020-07/
I uploaded https://rb.zq1.de/compare.factory-20200830/ today and rbstats are: total-packages: 13244 (+111) build-tried: 13236 (+110) build-failed: 66 (+28) build-n-a: 125 (-1) build-succeeded: 13045 (+83) build-official-failed+na: 323 (+72) build-compare-failed: 431 (-3) build-compare-succeeded: 12614 (+86) verify-failed: 519 (+28) verified-semi-reproducible: 12362 (+258) verified-bit-identical: 0 (+0) bit-by-bit-identical: 12488 (+106) not-bit-by-bit-identical: 558 (-23)
https://rb.zq1.de/compare.factory-20200830/graph.png shows the change over time
https://rb.zq1.de/compare.factory-20200830/unreproduciblerings.txt lists very unreproducible core packages (bootstrap+DVD)
Of the badly unreproducible packages, 2 were in ring0 45 were in ring1
That makes it 47/3268 => 1.44 % which is below the overall average of 431/13045 => 3.30 %
558/13045 => 4.28 % of packages are not perfectly reproducible
Build workers were upgraded to Leap-15.2 to have a rpm that understands zstd.
Several small packages seem to build faster now, possibly because the setup of the build environment is faster with zstd. E.g. "hub" went from 181+139s to 87+64s for -j1 and -j4 builds and "xinit" went from 64+63s to 46+51s
Notable unreproducible core packages: cargo-c: parallelism? + filesys in rust libgit2-sys
installation-images: ordering issues and plenty other issues
xen: PE timestamps in .efi files
Ciao Bernhard M.