Thank you very much guys!
I like the toggle options you've included and can see how having more would be useful. For instance, toggle options to search the various repos (i.e. packages, patches, extras, testing, unstable) with the "safe" ones selected by default.
Yes, I was thinking about just perform a search on all the repos availables, and present the results with a title like "X matches found in testing" or something like that. I will find the way to add some stuff not filling the hole page with checkboxes and selects.
Another suggestion would be to add somekind of visual "break" between the packages results (maybe as easy as a horizontal rule or perhaps a more visually appealing image rule).
Some css will do it, in a very light color perhaps.
Also, I noticed that when no results are found the text that's returned is in spanish
It is a tool made by a spanish speaker for spanish speakers, no just kidding
, I forgot to do the trans
and the slogan says 'discover de difference'.
After 2 AM I just speak in spanglish
Last, is VectorLinux one or two words? All this time I've thought it was one word but now I see distrowatch has us as 'vector' and I see two words on your search page.
I have no idea, I found myself writing it sometimes as one and sometime as two words.
this search tool is awesome- both graphically appealing and efficient
would be great if it had a drop-down list of all the repos avaiable for search
Thanks Blury, said by guy who can draw!
I will keep this one
. I didnt want to present it as a white paper and added some color. I will keep working in the layout. Anyway, the final look should be the same as the website one.
Great work my friend
I like how you made it link to the package and the folder it resides in. Very slick.
I like the "almost" invisible Vector Linux text in the background of the Vector Linux graphic.
Thanks Exeter! The link was a hard job for me, I worked several days to "cut" the right words from the text to build the link, but damn, it feels good when finally works!