Although I’ve already written in this forum before my presentation, I’ve to take care of Netiquette, hehe. So, hey there! I’m Javi and I’m Spanish. My English level isn’t too good, but I do what I can.
To tell you more about me: I’m a Linux user (mostly from servers at the beginning) since 2003, and macOS user since 2006; but the most important thing: I’m a non-Windows-user since W7.
However, my experience with based Arch distros is… zero. I’ve always used Debian or derivatives of it (like Knoppix in its time, (K)ubuntu, and so on) but with a short time in which I also used Fedora and openSUSE… although I’ve always go back to Debian, maybe this the time that I don’t install Debian never more? We will see!
Now Antergos seems to me a great distro that I wish I stayed for a long time. I especially love about Antergos that is a rolling release distro, thanks to Arch for this.