I removed my own aliases and went to a more popular list, namely I adopted bash-it framework.
Out of curiosity, what was the motivation to give up your own aliases in favor of an alias framework?
Reducing the cognitive load mainly (on me, staying up to date, thinking of new aliases, and so on),
the fact that more devs are usually better than 1 (bashit being open source),
easier to install and
increasing the chance that my aliases are on other PCs.
And I didn't saw any disadvantage.
Thanks for answering! I really appreciated the insight, since it's different from how I work, and I like trying to reevaluate my own usage habits from time to time.
Change is always hard, I used those aliases for many years, but it was time to move on once I started to work from multiple workstations and environments (including Cloud9) I had to simplify all my "custom won bubble".
If it makes you more productive going with existing ones, then 💯.
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