The TLD has an interesting history:
Edit: the name of the main contributor is a typical catalonian name, so maybe the requirement is not the main reason for the dual language.
I trust bitwarden to fix, deploy, remedy, and investigate security fixes better than I can do :)
Example: Linux 2.0.39  was released in January 2001, no code changes since then. Some might say it's really stable by now, right? But that doesn't make sense; how could it be more stable than when it was released in 2001? Actually, it's much less stable. Try to download it, compile it, and run it on your modern system today. Will it even compile? Is your hardware fully supported? Will any new software break running under that old of a kernel? Probably all these and more problems will happen; yet we call it "stable". If you want to actually use it today, you would need to maintain the code.
This is why most of the cost of software is in the maintenance. As long as you're running it, you're maintaining it. (The exception is mainframes running the same hardware & software forever)
That attitude is fine for left-pad, security-centric products, not so much, in my opinion.
Obviously it's much less powerful compared to LastPass and similar services but works for me well, allowing to securely access my passwords from any location and device.
I like pass but lacks functionality that other managers have
Of course now I have to make sure to git push/pull on all my devices. That's annoying (but at least it drafts its own commits).
I miss browser auto fills, But I don’t like the idea of plugins in the browser like last pass etc, I do use inbuilt autofill because I trust that more, but that won’t generate my initial passwords and there’s situations where I have multiple accounts (legitimately, testing in prod where passwords matter).
MacOS seems to have really nice host integration but that’s coming from an outsider who’s never really touched one.
I also end up in situations where ‘xdotool type’ is the path of least resistance. VMs with no paste buffer, Citrix sessions, etc. so integrating xdotool type would be nice.
I also really like the idea of spawning an authenticated browser session from the shell.