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Didn't know what "stack and tile" was all about, but it piqued my interest; http://www.cs.auckland.ac.nz/~lutteroth/videos/stack-and-tile.html
Great stuff! I hope there's more to come.
I've written my own tiler with "wmctrl" that can't do stuff that obviously needs to be implemented at a low level in the window manager, but it does give me some rudimentary tiling support anyway.
Free floating windows, without the ability to manage them in a slick fashion, is so '99. I wish "the big 4" dared to innovate a little bit more (looking at you OSX, Gnome, KDE, Windows).
wow, i hadnt seen that yet but that is one thing i really wanted this is great.
I've been doing a more primitive version of this for a while in KDE 3.5 by using two monitors and apps like Konqueror for tabbing harnesses.
Unfortunately, Konqueror 4.x is trash, but KDE 4.4 apparently introduces basic tiling and tabbing and you can get tiling on Windows with WinSplit Revolution. (Something I've begun to clone for GTK-centric X11 desktops under the name QuickTile)
Also, windows 7 introduces half-monitor tiling via window dragging, so they're not completely clueless.
...oh, and Fluxbox has had window tabbing for ages. (inspired by PWM, which introduced the idea in 2000) Edited 2010-04-25 01:08 UTC