It just goes over stuff that most of us already are aware of; a nice read, though.
But here is an article quote with a bit of irony to some of us .
""Arch has seen errors with greater frequency simply because new updates are being introduced with greater frequency. One of my favorite examples was an annoying error a year or so ago from an Xcursor update.
"There have been others, but this one was a bit of a problem. After all, using X... without a mouse... it took me about a day to finally figure out what the problem update was...I rolled it back and eventually a fix was released. No big deal...unless you're not aware of the problem.""
"Next we have a distro like Ubuntu LTS. Once installed, the updates have never broken anything for me – ever."
And this write up even has a couple of conspicuous blue links to this site!
A pleasant chunk quoted from from the article's summary:
"Myself, my "goto" fixed release distro is Ubuntu MATE. Contrary to popular belief, there are specific things added that make this a great install and forget it distro"