Arkane Linux is an opinionated, immutable, atomic, multi-root Arch-based distibution which aims to provide a GNOME-centered experienced with minimal yet full featured and sensible non-intrusive defaults.
Arkane Linux avoids unnecessary and intrusive functionality and configuration, it provides a stock gnome-shell bundled exclusively with core apps required to offer a minimal yet full-featured GNOME desktop experience. Every effort is made to debloat and streamline there where deemed required without affecting functionality.
Did an upgrade introduce a bug or some other issue? Just roll back to the previous deployment of the system, it is probably still installed. This architecture adds an additional layer of stability guarantee to your system, an unusable system after an update with no easy way of recovering is a thing of the past.
By default Arkane Linux is configured with and to make use of currently relevant and/or upcoming technologies and software. For example Arkane ships with mutter-dynamic-buffering by default and will adopt promissing GNOME Circle application as default once deemed mature and suitable upgrades over the old offerings.
Arkdep is a system utilized to build, manage and atomically deploy an immutable, Btrfs-based, multi-root system. Think of it as a package manager which reinstalls your entire OS upon update leaving the old deployment untouched and available should you wish to roll back to the pre-update state.