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Is Artix planning to gain more user?

Right now, Artix linux is pretty bare bone in terms of "Out of the box", that is not a bad thing, there are user that want that.
So my question is, does Artix planning to gain more user by giving out of the box experience and try to become popular like Manjaro?
Or simply there are not enough man power to do that?

Re: Is Artix planning to gain more user?

Reply #1
To risk being called out for "gatekeeping", personally I honestly don't want a Manjaro-like approach of "dumbing down things" and "out-of-the-box experience".

More popular and gaining more users, yes, of course, because we would have more users and we can iron out bugs further in our system. But not Manjaro-popular. Just "Arch-like"-popular.
the runit guy on artix

Re: Is Artix planning to gain more user?

Reply #2
Konimex already said it all.
I would just add, even if we had the manpower, we would not take the manjaro approach. However, more users are coming with each release iso and are of course welcome.



Re: Is Artix planning to gain more user?

Reply #5
You missed the smileys, about arch-like (an unfriendly forum environment, thus anti-social) being popular