It shouldn’t be easy as it’s potentially dangerous (and will lead to desaster eventually). That what was meant by the “safe default” answers you were given. Idiots People complaining about typing could define some alias or script a function…
May be the Team means that AUR package installation is not safe actions.
Then may be to do updating, installing repo packages, updating AUR packages could be with [Y/n], but installing a new AUR packages could be with [y/N]?
I guarantee you, however, that if it’s done, there’ll be someone, possibly multiple someones, complaining about the difference. The lack of uniformity. Because, people complain. That’s what they do. Users even more so…
Can you explain what a possible disaster would be?
Definately not me
Would surely do so
I think an editable text configuration file would be helpful to edit the default value.
I wouldn’t like someone else blocking me saying it is for my safety i would rather face the issues at least in this situation.
Unwanted package replacements and/or removals, possibly with all depending packages.
This could be as worse as uninstalling essential parts of the DE, audio system (pulse or pipewire) or proprietary graphics drivers leading to potentially unusable and/or unbootable system.