Arch Linux: Past, Present and Future

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Allan McRae gave a very detailed overview of the 18 years of Arch Linux and Levente Polyak gave insights into the current state of Arch and it's potential future in a joint presentation at Arch Conf 2020 on October 10th, 2020. It's a great watch if you want to learn the history of Arch and know what changes it may potentially have in the future.

written by 윤채경 (Yoon Chae-kyung). published 2020-09-11last edited 2020-10-11


The video is Copyright Arch Linux. License: Creative Commons Attribution.

The video is 37 minutes long with an additional 12 minutes of Q&A.

"Don't "ctrl+c" in the middle of an update on the remote server that hosts most of the Arch infrastructure!"

Allan McRae on something that actually happened

Time Speaker Topic
1:35 Allan McRae The 18 year history of Arch Linux. From the Pacman 1.1 release on March 2nd 2002 to Arch Linux 0.1 on March 11th 2002 to today's modern Arch Linux
15:25 Levente 'anthraxx' Polyak The potential future of arch. Divided into four sections: "Our Culture", "Concept of Change", Regain Lost Excellence" and "Future Improvements"
37:10 Both Q&A
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