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Not sure. I didn't put anything about that in my notes. I'm normally quite meticulous about my installation notes.
Anyway, not trying to sell Anarchy or to convince anybody else to use it. Saved me a lot of time, and I'm happy with the end result -- so far, at least.
I really tried to keep things simple during the installation. From my notes:
Select your desired install option: Anarchy-Desktop - Quick desktop install.
Select your desired environment: Anarchy-xfce4.
Gave user sudo rights and changed the shell from default zsh to bash.
Would you like to install some common software? Yes.
(Installed audacious, firefox, geany.)
No, I didn't remove any repos, sorry. I think it depends on the choices made during the installation. My pacman.conf file has not been edited. I did remove some packages:
$ history | grep "pacman -R"
1 sudo pacman -Rns vlc libreoffice-fresh chromium
4 sudo pacman -Rns packagekit
5 sudo pacman -Rns gnome-packagekit
173 sudo pacman -Rns pantheon-music
211 history | grep "pacman -R"