Probably more trouble than it is worth, but I would not mind seeing the alias names prepended with a common name that indicates that they are part of virtualenvwrapper.sh actions. For example:
vew-mk vew-ls vew-deactivate vew-rm vew-cp etc..
For people who are first using this or are forgetful like me, it is useful to just type the first few letters of the alias and then hit TAB to see what is available. Also avoids any conflicts with other aliases.
Anyways, thanks for listening and thanks for a great little tool.