Bedrock Linux rocks!
As you know, I use Gentoo btw nowadays. I love it, I love its idea and I love the USE of flags and I started to love emerge itself even! Except one darn thing I do not love at all, and it's repos. While Gentoo got fairly big packages repo including its overlays it's not nearly as big as AUR in Arch Linux and as you know I used to drive arch and artix Linux for some months, so I was missing the packages arsenal of AUR in gentoo but fear not as bedrock solves this issue. Bedrock is a meta Linux distribution which allows users to mix-and-match components from other, typically incompatible distributions. Bedrock integrates these components into one largely cohesive system, For example, one could have: * Debian's stable coreutils * Arch's cutting edge kernel * Void's runit init system * A pdf reader with custom patches automatically maintained by Gentoo's portage * A font from Arch's AUR * Games running against Ubuntu's libraries * Business software running against CentOS's libraries All at the same time and working together, mostly as though they were packaged for the same distribution. ___ It's install is fairly easy, you can use any distro from Debian to Gentoo and use bedrock's install script https://bedrocklinux.org/0.7/installation-instructions.html and done, restart your system and use see commands to install arch as strata and install yay with makepkg and now you can use yay alongside emerge in gentoo! bedrock is smart enough so when you call just yay it will load arch linux for you so no need to add prefix like brl (bedrock's command line) before it