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  • karasu

    Hi,

    i3 learning curve is high (mainly because many things work with keyboard bindings that you have to memorize).

    If you’re a mouse only kind of user you won’t like it.

    But I can assure you that once you’re past that learning step, you won’t want to use anything else.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiling_window_manager

    Cheers!

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  • karasu

    @sinadoom said in Antergos partners:

    For example does JetBrains partially fund any of the development?

    Hi,

    Yes, they help us providing us developing tools free of charge, or even with money.

    I’m not the person in charge so I cannot specify which partner does what.

    Why do you ask?

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  • karasu

    @joekamprad I did add you into bugsnag… didn’t you receive an invitation?

    posted in Installation read more
  • karasu

    @ssspacez said in Cnchi Advanced Options:

    Some improvements on the distro, installer, website and other areas are needed, I hope other users in the future help. I’m tired of trying to help, I’m out, best wishes to all.

    Ups! I didn’t see this! Well, it’s a pity as you gave some good suggestions.

    Cheers!

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  • karasu

    Well, I hope some ideas on this thread help the project revert this trend:

    To be honest, I couldn’t care less about those stats 😉

    Don’t get me wrong. I care about people opinions, of course… but I don’t care if we have more or less users 😁

    Having said that, as I promised, we will take into consideration all suggestions posted here (and future ones, too!).

    Thanks!

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  • karasu

    Hi,

    It’s been ages we wrote a “Privacy Policy” document:

    https://antergos.com/privacy-policy

    Cheers!

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  • karasu

    Hi,

    Just a clarification. It’s not that the error code you see has a meaning by itself. It’s just an internal reference.

    Logs ARE uploaded. We use bugsnag (https://www.bugsnag.com).

    So each log line is written to /tmp/cnchi.log and also sended to bugsnag.

    There is no personal info in the logs, so there should be nothing to worry about.

    If we get your error code we can search your log in bugsnag and try to see what’s wrong.

    Of course, if you ever get a 0 as an error code something bad has happened (no connection to bugsnag?).

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  • karasu

    Hi,

    There has been an antergos-iso testing branch for ages… (that will change that first screen when booting), and it also eases adding and/or modifing existing iso setups.

    I will try to update master with that code this month.

    1. Our DE list is growing and growing… so I like the idea of grouping them in two groups, one being advanced. Maybe instead of sorting them alphabetically we could add a separator to distinguish between them. I’ll think about it (or maybe an advanced checkbox that shows all of them).

    I do not like the idea of adding links to the installer that much. If anyone wants to know what Gnome is he/she can search it on the Internet with a browser…

    1. The advanced section is not ok as it is (we’ve known this for ages). But we haven’t found an easy way to fix it. Maybe adding an advanced switch would be the solution… I’ll think about this one.

    2. This is an easy one, and I think it’s a good idea. I’ll add a warning asap. Somebody also mentioned to add some explanation of how to verify the iso (as Mint does). I’m not a fan of filling too much technical info in our website (and I think other devs agree).

    Well, some things to add to my TODO list. Thanks!

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  • karasu

    Hi,

    Yes, I tried. There’re still some glitches as @manuel pointed out. I’m really sorry but it seems that lately the world is against me (don’t worry, it’s just that some other things need my attention).

    It has occurred to me that you could indeed help me. Just install the xfce version in a VM, fix anything you want to get fixed, and then share with me the ~/.config/xfce4 folder. 😁

    Thanks!

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