This is a React powered application for searching WordPress Trac tickets using an Elasticsearch cluster.
Search within WordPress Trac is not great. It has fairly robust reporting options, but the full-text search leaves a lot to be desired.
It's so unhelpful that many people have sought alternative solutions, like Google Site Search — though there are some thoughts that it's not as great as it used to be — or subscribing to the ticket update email firehose and using Gmail's built-in search. But that method is only helpful if you subcribed years ago and have a large archive.
The other way these solutions fall short is that they don't allow additional filtering on the various taxonomies we use to categorize tickets.
So I wrote a script to index all WordPress Trac tickets into an Elasticsearch cluster and built this simple interface for searching that system.
This application includes some logic from Ryan McCue's Not Trac — specifically the portions dealing with label coloring, and text parsing/formatting for TracLinks and code blocks.