I don’t have the i686 version at present; the 32-bit VM I had it on has since been reinstalled a few times (I don’t have a production system in i686 flavor, only test systems). Links are dead as well (I used transfer.sh). So I only have the 64-bit one in my cache…
At this point in time, it’s possible that the fixes will have to occur not in glibc, but in software linking to it. For instance, named needed patching according to @gazza; other software might as well. What bugs are you seeing in what packages? If they are a bit older and haven’t been built since the move to glibc2.25 (feb 6/7), then maybe that’s the first thing to try (next would be checking upstream for patches that could be backported to the last release version of your software).
Perhaps @void_but_not_null can forward the favor and upload it somewhere like transfer.sh?
Or if anyone else cares to help out?