> > `C-h M-k' for `describe-keymap'
> Speaking of redundant bindings (C-h m ...)
Not at all. Have you tried it? There is nothing similar anywhere, AFAIK. It
is not like `C-x b' (current bindings, all maps) or `C-h m' (mode description -
variable and always incomplete wrt a keymap). Try finding the keys bound in a
minibuffer keymap, in a human-readable form.
The closest thing you have is for a prefix key: `C-x C-h'. The point with `C-h
M-k' is to "see" the bindings for a given keymap variable. (Yes, that's
probably more useful for Emacs programmers than the average Emacs user.)
> > Instead of binding `C-h C-b' to take you to (emacs)
> > `Bugs', I'd sooner see us add a link to (emacs) `Bugs' in
> > the doc string of `report-emacs-bug'.
> Why there? That has the same problems as above (except that links
> aren't a scarce resource). The link should be in the blurb that
> appears when you invoke r-e-b, where it is obviously useful and
> usefully obvious.
That could be useful too. It's not either/or.
When you look for the doc about a command (including `r-e-b'), why not have
immediately a set of links to its doc in the manuals (with the manual names and
nodes in the links).