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x/pkgsite: search feedback - tracking issue #37810

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julieqiu opened this issue Mar 11, 2020 · 0 comments
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x/pkgsite: search feedback - tracking issue #37810

julieqiu opened this issue Mar 11, 2020 · 0 comments

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@julieqiu julieqiu commented Mar 11, 2020

This is an umbrella issue to keep track of search feedback for pkg.go.dev

Issues currently open on this topic are:

  • support fuzzy matching: #37801, #37783, #36806
  • support searching by modules: #36814, #36806
  • search ranking ought to prioritize more recent major module versions #36969, #36806
  • lower score of previous path in case of module rename #37252
  • provide options for sorting search results by number of imports and stars on GitHub #36952
  • support searching for internal packages #36940
  • do not show packages of a module at the top level #37788
  • proposal for search filters: language features and possible compatibility issues #39195
  • searching for package "is" returns no results #38766
  • searching for "youtube" only show results for github.com/youtube/vitess #39525
  • search doesn't recognise some well-known tools: #40311

At the moment, we are not making any changes to the search algorithm, as our priority has been to work towards open sourcing (#36747) and with our UX team to address design feedback.

This issue is to capture issues that users are running into, to make sure we address them later on.

/cc @spf13 @jba @fflewddur @Joanne881107

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