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Good day monks,

I was wondering if anyone else thought it might be useful to add the option to order super-search results by either thread reputation or by the initial posting reputation. Perhaps this is already a component of the search algorithm?

For instance a non-monk friend of mine just spent 30 minutes or so this morning sifting through "do vs. require" results and eventually got frustrated and left. He may not have used the most optimized search strings, but if there was a system to rank the value of the thread to its topic (by reputation), it may have steered him in the right direction more quickly.

Cheers, Hok

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