I am planning to install Debian 8 on my next computer, and am preparing everything beforehand.
On my previous try to have a full on linux PC (and not a linux VM massively used), I discovered #!, and loved the aestetic. Now, I know #! is dead, and a quick look at it successors show they didn't got far.
Luckily, #! is, in fact, just a Debian with a custom OpenBox set as the windows manager, and projects like ArchBang make me hope that custom OpenBox is still alive somewhere.
So my question is, starting with a Debian 8 Server fresh install, how would I go about getting the look and feel of CrunchBang?
(Presumably, it would be setting up the desktop environment and getting the custom Openbox from... somewhere and installing them)
From what I can gather, #! use nitrogen, tint2 and conky on Openbox, the main question become, what is that "custom Openbox" that is cited on different sources as the "main difference between Debian and #!"