I will continue using pure Arch and recommend Antergos for quick installations then. :)
The purpose of the extra Antergos repo is still not clear for me, but since I can find almost everything in the official Arch repos, it doesn´t really matter. ( mysql-workbench seems to be a good alternative for dBeaver on my machine now )
Thank you :)
I was using debian for a couple of years, but I tried Arch and will stick to it or its derivates.
Now I am wondering if I should use Antergos or Manjaro instead of continuing with Arch.
Somehow I love to daily update my Arch installations but I am sure that I should better spend my time working with computers instead of maintaining the system.
So, why do you guys use Antergos? Or why have you moved away from Arch or Manjaro?