"As promised, here's the first installment of my alphabetical
review of window managers for GNU/Linux. Why alphabetical? To avoid
a perception of bias, for one. I'm not trying to say which is good,
better, best. What I am interested in doing is creating a
viable resource for those interested in trying different window
managers. I will try to answer the following questions in each
what is the current stable release? And what features are
planned for the next release?
Is it easily configured? Are there themes widely
Is it GNOME and/or KDE compliant?
Where do/how do I get it?"
"Additionally, if I miss your favorite window manager in the
run-down, let me know. I didn't leave it out of the list for spite,
I either forgot or didn't know about it. Be sure to include an URL
for a home page so I can check it out. That said, on to the good
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