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  1. Provide bash client to integrate site into cli

    This way, from a bash prompt, I could search for a command using tags or keywords and when I found the one I wanted, be able to edit or run it.

    The flip side would be to have a way to quickly take a command you just ran and save it to the site.

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      planned  ·  9 comments  ·  Admin →
    • Ask for a command which is not yet listed

      Allow users to ask for a specific command that is not yet listed. Create feed / Send notifications with command requests - so that people can quickly respond to a 'need' of a command.

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      • Allow a # prompt for commands to be executed as root

        Many people are throwing up 'sudo' if the command is to be executed as root. This assumes that the person viewing the command has sudo installed and setup, which they might or might not. Rather, when submitting a new command, allow the user to change the prompt:
        - $ for commands run by an unprivileged user
        - # for commands run by the root user

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