Hello everyone @EndeavourOS,
MK checking in, after few years on Debian first and then Arch-derived distro, I decided to settle with EOS to approach a more vanilla-arch (rollercoasting?) experience, and possibly learn something in between (considered I’m definitely not IT by education and find still hard to understand some subtle abstractions in the nature of Linux itself).
Approaching EOS, I would attempt to recreate my i3 setup - this time with a xfce-i3 approach - trying to deal with the “few” obstacles I’m meeting on the way of introducing some new elements (read btrfs, for example).
With this first post, I would like to thank the team members who were able to put together this wonderful project and making it progressively grow and consolidate as an approachable solution to quasi-vanilla Arch, and also the amazing community sourrounding and supporting it, as it is evident reading the forum how the environment created is definitely part of the success of EOS.