Hello to the EndeavourOS community, I’ve been lurking here for a little while, thought it wouldn’t hurt to say hello.
I am currently making a list of possible distributions to move to and Endeavour is certainly on it. Admittedly, I am a bit scared to dip my toes into proper a proper Arch rolling style experience, especially since now, like many others, I am working from home. Explaining to my boss that I’m late to some virtual meeting or another because I disintegrated my install is not my idea of a good time!
Try as I might, I still haven’t managed to get a setup together that is super easy to reinstall. Though I have backups of various kinds, I always get bogged down with the details of what data I want on the cloud vs in offline backups, so I end up with 2-3 different disjointed backup solutions, trying to remember if I have everything I need somewhere that won’t be affected by wiping my hard drives. That makes distro-hopping on bare metal difficult right now. I may however set up another PC to mess around on.
I am more and more interested in easy-peasy stability, not just ‘It’s stable if you’re a Gandalf-level greybeard’, so much so that I have even considered leaving rolling release distros behind (I know, shock, horror!). I would even be open to moving to a corporate backed distro, whether that be Fedora or OpenSuse, just for the safety blanket of a long established track record…I even listened to somebody for more than 5 minutes when they suggested Ubuntu.
Long story short: I will keep watching this distribution develop and maybe get involved in the community a bit.