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Sadly, after 4 years of using and endorsing it, I'm leaving Arch. It's slowly moving away from the KISS/UNIX philosophy that made it great.
So, I'm looking for an alternative.
Which distros have the following:
-> Extensive package system, source or binary based
-> If binary-based, optimized for today's processors
-> Easy package building system
-> Ease of configuration
-> Good documentation
-> Decent init system (preferrably BSD-based)
I know Gentoo is good in mostly all of them (except for the third one, I find ebuilds a little confusing, and init is not bsd-style but is great anyway), Slackware is good for all of them except for the package manager part.
Debian is great, but I find its configuration system and init a little complex compared to Arch's. About BSD's, I've never used one, but I'm open on learning new stuff. Same applies to rpm distros (Fedora and such)
Anyway, I'm sure there must be a distro which has every feature I said, do you guys know of any?