I also feel like the archlabs community is one of the friendliest and most welcoming communities out there. Kudos for that.
I am one of the early youngsters who were on android first. So I started out with stock android on a Nexus 7 (2012 version, codename grouper) in the start of 2013, back then I was 13 years old and had no idea about anything computer related. If you are curious how old I am now: I am 18. Later in November 2015 I got my first cellphone I flashed, a oneplus X, which I still use, it had oxygen os preloaded at that time. I started to tinker with my old tablet and flash it, that is where my passion for being free and tinkering with computers and operating systems started. One year later, in October 2016 I also started to flash around on my oneplus x. On the 22. December 2016 I got the parts for my first computer. That ran windows 10 at first, however I always knew I wanted to try Linux. For some reasons I did not do this. However, now I installed AICP on my oneplus x. A bit later in 2017, I think it was May, I started to dualboot Ubuntu Xenial and Windows 10. In spring 2018 I got a old testing desktop with a core two duo and 2 GB RAM. I got it for the pure reason of installing Bunsenlabs on it. That got removed a bit later in the summer, because I did not like debian very much. However, I was impressed by Openbox, that was the first time I saw ArchLabs on your website and thought that might be something. Which was also the time I started to tinker with arch and KDE, so I installed it on my test pc. In November I decided it was time to remove Ubuntu from my main pc and dualboot arch and Windows 10. However, I accidentally destroyed Windows 10 in the process and I decided not to reinstall it. Also, a bit later in November I got my laptop for school and decided to install ArchLabs on it, because I wanted to try it. And I sticked with it. However in april when the new solus release is out I will install it on this laptop with ArchLabs I am currently writing this on. I am sorry to tell you this. Maybe I will install the new version of ArchLabs on my pc later if I do not want to stick with it. The other option is to start distrohopping on this machine. Let’s see what happens. I am pretty sure this is not the last time I installed a ArchLabs on a pc, if this project exists in the future.