I am not sure where I should have posted this question/comparison and I am sorry if this is not the proper location.
For the last several years I have been using ubuntu on my stable linux installations and Arch Linux for my bleeding edge ones.
Now that Tumbleweed seems to have become, from a small project, an important part of openSUSE I was thinking that maybe I could use openSUSE stable (Leap) on my stable computers and Tumbleweed for my bleeding edge installations to make my life a little easier by not having to use two very different systems.
So I tested in the last few weeks openSUSE Tumbleweed and these are my conclusions (from my point of view only, for what I need):
As you can see, from my point of view, it seems that Arch is still the better option for me (as this is a comparison for my needs, for someone else some of the points where I chose a winner would be reversed).
The most important part was Nr.1 because I didn’t find in the main official repositories some of the software I am using (like Eclipse and Code::Blocks), and some where missing even from OBS (like teamviewer and truecrypt).
But I am not sure about several points since I am new to openSUSE so maybe you can correct me.
I am posting this here because I was kind of hoping openSUSE would win because like I said it would make my life easier to use one distribution instead of two, so I was hoping that maybe you could correct me if my comparison is wrong and maybe you who know Tumbleweed much better than me have some good arguments about why it is better than Arch (because if you thought Arch is better I assume you would not be here).
So what is your opinion about this and the points I made in my comparison?
PS: The comparison is in an image because I wanted to post it to the factory/tumbleweed mailing list and I couldn’t properly format an email and then I found out I can’t post there so now I am trying here.