I switched to EndeavourOS a couple of weeks ago, shortly after I wanted to see if I could get the same EndeavourOS setup on Arch. So I switched to Arch(but my laptop still runs EndeavourOS), I stayed here for the friendly community and I know there are others here that run Arch or other distributions as well so you aren’t obliged to run EndeavourOS to be part of the community here
Just create an introduction post in the Hello section.
But if you need help though with something, then you probably won’t be able to ask because you aren’t running EndeavourOS. Not sure how strict they are here about that.
My advice, for what it’s worth, is: just stick to Arch. If you have your system configured as you like it, and everything is working fine, you really get no benefit from switching it from Arch to EndeavourOS.
The whole point of EndeavourOS is that it is a sanely configured Arch that’s easy for newbies to install – but it seems you’ve already got that, so why add extra work on top of it?
There are many of use who use Arch, and some even use other distros, like Fedora, yet are regular members here. You’ve been a valuable member of the forum in the past, and that is not going to change regardless of what OS you use.
Frankly, I would be shocked if anyone complained that you’re not eligible to be here because you’re using Arch instead of EndeavourOS. And I would be the first to ridicule such a person.
Of course, if you ask for help with troubleshooting something, make sure to point out you’re not using the default EndeavourOS settings, so you don’t get wrong help. But it shouldn’t be a problem. Arch and EndeavourOS are pretty much the same OS, just EndeavourOS is configured in a certain way.