Antergos for me is a very user friendly way to get an almost pure Arch install. It brought me a lot of Linux knowledge in an environment that really suits me. The friendly vibe on the forum is a large part that kept me driven and invest time in the distro.
Lately I’ve noticed that my enthusiasm for Antergos is fading, I must also admit that personally, I’m not completely mentally fit, but that isn’t the main reason for my declining enthusiasm.
Recently the main problems new users over here encounter, has to do with the core development of this distro. In previous years the devs visited the forum frequently and shed some light on the problem and even gave us an insight of what was in the pipeline. That is something the devs don’t do anymore and I think it’s a pity for this wonderful project.
This forum has some excellent moderators and regular members who invest their time on this forum almost religiously. It’s such a shame that the @developers don’t include them in their plans or even give them an insight that future releases will tackle a problem.
As an avid visitor and moderator of this forum, I really can’t bring it up to “defend” this distro anymore. So I’ve decided to take a time out from Antergos.
I still think Antergos is a great distro and it will remain my daily driver, you just won’t see me on the forum for a while.
Despite my bit sour message, I encourage everybody to keep up the positive vibe on this wonderful forum and thank you for the great knowledge and great responses you all gave me.
I’m sure you’ll see me later,