so I got this idea of splitting the Antergos iso files.
I mean, Antergos’ default desktop is Gnome right?
Why not offer an iso with Gnome only where all necessary packages are included. Call it an offline installation medium where you don’t need an internet connection. This is that kind of iso that almost every distro offers.
And there is the well known normal iso where you do need an internet connection and can choose between several desktops. And this pretty much is like the “netinstall” iso of debian.
Would that be too much extra effort, or is it something that could be useful, since users can get the iso and install it offline?