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Global issues search #2434
Caching may be needed in some cases, but I wouldn't bother with it for a first implementation. A gitea instance run by an individual or small organization may not have enough issues in their db to cause a problem. If performance is still a concern, make global search an admin tool only, or add a config option to turn the global search feature off.
In my own case, global issue search is one of the first things I went looking for, which led me here. Seems like a gitea admin would need at least a global view of issues, similar to the global view of repos in /admin. Among other things, this would allow them to see how well gitea is being adopted so they can help bring project teams up to speed.
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Jun 23, 2018
Here is my content from the issue #3841
When you are on the "issues" tab of a repository you have a search input field where it is possible to search for a text in all issues of this repo.
When you klick on "Issues" in the global navigation menu of gitea it shows a list of all issues from all repositories (if they are public).
Here's a possible workaround until global issues search is available, but it only really works for new installs and internal teams: Our local Gitea install so far hosts dozens of projects and growing. Early on, we realized that we need to be able to see who is working on what in some global way to keep interns from running out of things to do. ;-)
As a workaround, we've wound up filing all issues for all projects in one