That’s good advice. Trying to copy the OpenSUSE way as much as possible is a good idea because they’ve really developed it into an advanced setup as a result of it being their main FS. On my blog there’s a lot I got from their documentation about subvolumes and which ones are recommended to skip them in system wide snapshots (like the logs folder for example, no use in reverting that EVER)
I’m going to take a look at all the information you provided. It would be awesome to implement the BTRFS feature as a full solution instead of how I documented is in combination with FAT32.
I was btw talking more about the technical sides of implementing in into Cnchi. Tips that could help me avoid confusions or implement it faster or so