Submitted 4 months ago by CHEFKOCH@lemmy.ml to firstname.lastname@example.org
Doesn't really seem like they kinda thing that warrants an entire distro but ok.
Check their actual github repository for screenshots and more info
I'm not convinced this will find much success.
First of all, like @email@example.com said I'm not sure we need and entire distro for this.
Second I think tiling managers require a lot of customization and it seems to me it would be rather complicated to package sensible defaults for those. Then why would you use a specific distro for tiling workspace managers if you need to spend time customizing it anyway?
I mean what added value would a distro bring?
Have you tried it ? if so :
1 does it have <alt+tab> ...
switching ~(between.available.windows)~ ?
2 resizable +pannable windows ?
... or is it strictly tiling ?
When you install it, you choose between different window managers. Depending on which window manager you choose, it will behave differently.
I think, most of the available window managers have a shortcut for switching between windows (which might be a different shortcut than Alt+Tab).
And I think, most have a mode for resizable+pannable windows (usually called "floating windows").
One window manager which does not have those, is DWM.
(I have not used Axyl, but I have used some of those window managers on other distributions.)
DWM has a patch for floating windows.
yes, i believe we have to try it to really know more ... maybe someone else will comment later on this post.