Creating well-working angels.
A command can check, if the command before it was executed correctly.
!!!for bash experts (let me know, how to do it):
Make the angel-commands executed
be seen in bash history.
The Bash history will only show numbers whenever you executed an a-command. Changing that to the actual command(s) that have been executed would be awesome, e.g. a '1' becomes ``sudo gedit /etc/smb.conf" and can conveniently be seen and accessed from the console history.
vi or kate syntax highlighting to assist in
creating the angels
Conventions that allow automatic conversion of HTML files into angels according to their formatting and special (hidden) control characters: A page that explains console stuff (like the ubuntu installation guide) could be directly transformed into angels WITHOUT even a mouseclick. When the web site is updated, the angels follows!