Hi. I’ve been an Arch Linux user for the last three years.
Yet i still hate installations, not that i don’t know how to do them, but they are just boring to do.
When Arch Installation Framework was gone i just felt that it would get even worst, and always used alternative scripts since then.
After some time, when cnchi appeared, i just was glad to have such a great tool to save me about an hour for every install, and after all i want to do something useful for it and Antergos itself.
I feel than Antergos has a large margin for improvements, and i would like to get some things done to be reviewed and possibly included in the project, but from what i could see in a few minutes, you guys are using python and bash everywhere, and i am not great at bash, nor know python.
Right now i am learning Ruby, know some Java (but hate it) and C but don’t know much of it.
Is there any way to contribute to a python exclusive project under such conditions? Is Ruby a ok for you?
Thanks for your great work by the way