i come from debian unstable so using voidlinux with it's rolling versioning wasn't that far away. i used debian nearly from the beginning when it was as void is today: simple, fast, correct and with a small community that is friendly, helpful and fast.
i struggled over many small issues with void which could be solved easily (so mainly layer 8 problems). i love that i can leave out nearly everything i want to (void works without perl!), only the hard dependency on
nvi hit me (something like "Provides: text-editor" seems to be missing in void).
today void is my main working platform and there aren't that much problems left to solve (mainly missing packages like for example lpr-ng, gpr, dig/dnsutils, axolotl or dicom stuff) but nice thing is: packaging is comparable easy for void.
so no, no WTF here, sorry.