I've been using i3 for several years, and came to the conclusion that the invention of stacking windows was a bad thing for computing. i3 very fast in itself and very fast to work with, perfect for devs, using a mouse now seems like a big step backwards.
I love i3, obviously, but like it or not, the push for wayland is real (and IMO it's the right thing to do). Once more distro's start adopting wayland over the old warhorse that is X server, I'd say sway will overtake i3. It's highly compatible with i3, to the point where you can (almost) dr...
Compatible with the i3 window manager
Uses Wayland instead of X11
Backwards compatible with X11 applications
Still in development
Manual pages for documentation
Gaps as standard
Not 100% compatible with i3 (yet), probably closer to 98%
I've been using Haskell for about 7 years now and it meets all my basic needs. My favorite aspects of it compared with other tiling window managers I have tried: despite the use of Haskell for configuration, the most common needs are easily accomplished stability; reloading the configuration aft...