Both StumpWM and XMonad seem to be even more minimal than i3 (e.g. no window decorations by default) which I like! OTOH i3's tree-based + dynamic layout mechanism seems unbeatable to me.
I watched Derek Taylor's guides [0, 1, 2] and he doesn't seem to like StumpWM a lot, although of course my mileage may vary... As for XMonad, I'm not sure about the layout mechanism, it doesn't seem to be as powerful as the i3 one.
@dgouttegattat Ahah same here! :) Yes, it's good to review the alternatives every once in a while, just in case, but the switch cost is pretty high and the muscle memory too ingrained...
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