I come back form an holiday period and, ok, find the surprise and its not April 1st.
I’m in the same situation of Conky57: I don’t want to come back to systemd so, I’ll try Artix; more than sure, but…
My problem is that, for work, I need a stable OS, but also flexible and now Manjaro/Openrc/KDE is pleasant to use, stable and very flexible, with both the Manjaro and Arch repos where I can find almost all the software that I need.
The other question is that I installed the Manjaro/Openrc/KDE also on the PCs of other people and is very complicated for me to ask them, now, to migrate at a different Linux Version after that them have invested to learn Manjaro. They are standard users and, believe me, to move them from Windows to Linux is not simple and now, I must move them at a different Linux.
For me can be also funny to test the new OS and to be involved from the testing phase, but I don’t know, now, how much time will be needed to have a stable Artix/Openrc version. Stable for standard users, I mean. A great dilemma for me, that I shall solve only having a clear scenario, scenario that now is all but not clear.