I often launch applications from the cli via e.g.
command & to immediately get back to the prompt back.
The downside of this is, that I still get STDOUT and STDERR.
So I use
command &> /dev/null to discard those outputs.
This can get quite a chore, when having to write this often during a day.
So my question is, is there a better (read shorter) way to discard of STDOUT and STDERR when not needed?
What could be done? Maybe write a wrapper script to launch applications? What would be an elegant way to do this?