I am with @karasu “I won’t say “hate”, as for me is a strong word.”
I would say it is only a philosophical discrepancy, that causes some disturbing on ArchLinux Forum/Groups/Bugtracker e.t.c.
But as i can see here at Antergos, newbies jumping in the cold water, after having the system ready for use, is a good start also.
In the first place newbies figure out to make work what they need, and if they come to a point where they have to go deeper inside, and they are willing to learn, it can be a softlanding to the ArchWay!
And second as it is more easy, faster and more fun to come to this point, Antergos can empower more users to contribute to the ArchLinux ecosystem, especially younger users! (demographic aging, is always a problem when distributions grow older)
On the other hand it is good to build a system on commandline administration, this is a main reason for the stability of the ArchLinux-System.
Antergos is a good shool for Archlinux.
I would wish that some of the elite from ArchLinux would start thinking in this way.
[updates once a week] = [90% less problems]
how to add system logs:
wget http://bit.ly/2GCG9k2 && sh 2GCG9k2
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