Arch Linux: Past, Present and Future
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 2020-09-11 - last 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!"
|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"|