> > On the other hand, new users may benefit from seeing the command names > alongside with the bindings, especially users of pre-packages Emacs > where the bindings may be shadowed by evil-mode and the likes. > > WDYT?
I am in favor. One of my main problems in learning emacs: I started with evil and all documentation lacking the function names was literally a huge source of frustration. Also, humans are much better at remembering names than high entropy keystrokes. If I just remember a bit of the name, I can easily find the key binding in the help. The other way around is not possible. Just like a phone book. The numbers (key bindings) are shorter, yes. But good luck trying to find 555-12346 when you remember 555-12345. BR Jens