Just a few thoughts from a returning user…
I’ve used Antergos for about a year - I’m all in, totally love it. It’s never given me much in the way of problems - & I guess it’s that fact which has kept me an infrequent visitor to the Antergos website & its community.
Until this week, when I had a problem: See my post elsewhere, “Dude… Where’s my Sound?”
Having concluded, that no-one here had already experienced my problem, nor in the Arch forums, I decided to start a new topic here to solve my issue. This is where I first encountered the issues with all the changes going on around here.
Repeated attempts to reset my password failed - the site complaining about ‘‘incorrect or invalid reset code’’. Eventually I had to leave the forum & go elsewhere for answers.
Back a couple of days later, & somehow I overcome the password reset issue & again start a new forum topic. I don’t know markdown, so am happy to see help on that very subject in the options above as I’ve now written my post & am looking to format it retrospectively. Clicking on it takes me to a new webpage with the info I need, only it didn’t open the link in a new tab, I was redirected. Returning back to the Antergos forum using the back button, did not return me back to my forum post. Try as I did I couldn’t rediscover the forum post I’d written but hadn’t formally posted - it was lost!
I wrote the post again, but out of my appreciation for the Antergos team I wanted to share this with you. I read somewhere here about dwindling participation & hope these words help in some way. I am not ‘noob’ but certainly closer towards the ‘novice’ linux user end of the spectrum. Perhaps I missed something that caused my own grief.
Note for moderators; I set up a new account to post a forum post about my password reset issue; The name is “plentyAnon” or “Anonplenty” - I can’t remember which. Feel free to delete this account as it was me all along!