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>/g/ hating on Unity
I don't know, /g/, I've been using Openbox all these years. Now jumping onto Unity just to try it. It's actually very usable.
Unity, being a plugin of Compiz, means that its configurability is simply immense. The possibility of keybinds and automating window management is just... mind-blowingly great. I don't see why people keep on bashing how it's 'deisigned for grandmas and failing'. Ot me it's one of the most configurable WMs out there. Just open Compiz Configuration Settings Manager (CCSM), the forest of settings approaches KDE level.
Jesus, it even has tiling built in. And Wobbly Windows. And you can pretty much configure it to have Vim keybinds. It's the best thing ever.