Include = /etc/pacman.d/chaotic-mirrorlist
You may want to use powerpill, so you download from all mirrors simultaneously.
I recommend doing updates this way: sudo pacman -Sy && sudo powerpill -Su && paru -Su.
When using powerpill, insert all mirrors in your pacman.conf or use chaotic-mirrorlist with all of them active.
If you're using other third parties repositories, I recommend you to put chaotic-aur before them on /etc/pacman.conf. We update most packages hourly and follow AUR's PKGBUILDs, which makes this repository more suitable as the first option when downloading packages.
If you need to omit one package update to use locally built ones (e.g: with native optimizations), you can add 'IgnorePkg = ...' to repo's section in /etc/pacman.conf
You can pick the repository from which you download a package, like this: pacman -S chaotic-aur/dxvk-mingw-git. Some AUR's helpers support it too, e.g: yay -S aur/firefox-hg
You must have multilib repository enabled.
Most packages available in this repo, are automatically built from their respective AUR source package. But some are not, check github.com/chaotic-aur/packages for seeing which ones.
The primary building cluster is a node in UFSCar's datacenter. Hosted in São Carlos, São Paulo, Brazil.
Feel free to create an issue for suggestions, flagging database corruptions and everything else:
Report build bugs to source package's maintainers.
Telegram channel with news and updates: @chaotic_aur (includes a discussion group)