Since Archlinux itself has mainline support for arm v7/v8 + the raspberry pi, I’ve got to wonder how difficult it would actually be to port antergos (or at least make a very similar distribution). I know for example the cnchi installer is written in python, which is cross-platform generally speaking.
I’ve got some experience doing that kind of porting work myself and am debating taking a crack at it. Would anyone else be interested? The main purpose I have in mind would be 64-bit Antergos on the raspberry pi 3 (most distributions for the RPi3 only ship a 32-bit kernel, the only distributions with 64-bit support are openSUSE and ArchLinux, both of which are beyond most users)
I’m currently running 64-bit Arch on my RPi3 and it runs pretty decently after some setup / tweaking, so the base project is there