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One thing that isn't really highlighted as much as it should be is that you can directly grab or source your opted-in aliases, eg.

    wget -q -O - "$@" https://alias.sh/user/[userid]/alias >> ~/.bash_aliases
or, if you like to live dangerously:

    source <(wget -q -O - "$@" https://alias.sh/user/[userid]/alias)



for me the wget thing doesn't work. i get some aliases, but not those i have been adding to my list.

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fschwehn, can you try again. We picked the bug up you were describing.

Also aliases are meant to be public. We may have private aliases in the future.

Thanks for the feedback. Much appreciated.

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thanks, now works like a charm!

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