When a package migration gets stalled and appears in one of the sub-pages of https://master.pureos.net/migrations/ and only reason listed in there as reasons is that some package "has unsatisfiable dependency", then is is quite useful to know *which* dependency that is suspect of being unsatisfiable.
Concrete current example is src:construct at https://master.pureos.net/migrations/excuse/2c42cd3b-8f48-4cf9-a439-86ae3c94172a listing this:
Issues preventing migration:
python3-construct/amd64 has unsatisfiable dependency
python3-construct/arm64 has unsatisfiable dependency
Luckily, src:construct has only a limited amount of dependencies that can be manually and tediously inspected one by one.
...but it would be an improvement to not need such manual and tedious inspection - the information was surely available when the issue was computed...
NB! This issue is *not* concretely about migration of src:construct - that is only provided as an example.