I won't be going back to gnome.
I am a huge fan of vim/neovim, no arguments there. Tmux I suspect might make it if I can carve out some time. In fact I am using it on my slck gateway to suck all information from one of my customers chat channels out of salesforce clutches and act on it.
i3, I did try but didn't like. Too much tinkering to get a smooth experience in the end.
For me it's been different WM:s during different stages of my life. When young I was running fluxbox and similar, very minimalist och focus on 100% customization.
Then came the corporate phase, with what ever WM came as default, because I just needed to get things working as quick as possible, and hence gnome.
Then, the last year or so, I started to look at the minimalists against such as dwm, awesome, i3 etc. But there was always the problem with buttons, projectors (...)
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