I'm curious if anyone else noticed how difficult it is to get drush working based on the available documentation? Drush is a great command line tool, and it's a pity that the official drush install docs page doesn't bubble to the top in Google searches.
I realize that we're a community powered project, so there's paid staff. Nevertheless, it seems we've overlooked some of the edge cases, such as 'installing Drush after the fact,' 'adding drush to the .bashrc file' and/or 'what if you're installing onto Ubuntu 18.04 with PHP7.1' scenario.
I realize that with the sheer number of available options out there (Mac, Ubuntu 14, 16.04, 18.04, CentOS, Red Hat, Postgresql, MySQL, Mariadb, virtual machines, etc. ad infinitum) there may simply be too many edge cases to account for every possible situation -- it just (anecdotally) seems to me that it's always a non-simple task to install and then run drush.
Is there someone I can send $10 to?
NOTE: I'm fully mentally preparing for my question to be flagged for deletion for not being general enough / specific enough, off topic, too short, too long, not enough reputation points, etc. I am posting this on SE after, all, right? ;)