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I'd like to see results sorted by Rep. (Regardless of whether I know the rep, lets not go there again).
I'd rather see them by (reverse) date, or better yet by threading (so I'd see the first post to mention the topic before I'd see the replies to it) if possible. So it seems to me the same choices that are available when viewing the one person's postings would be good. Of course, not all posts have a reputation (like perlman)--where would these fit into the rep sort?

I'd also like to be able to search posts by author. (If, for example, I remember that chromatic made a good post about typeglobs that had something I specifically wanted, but I don't remember that it was Re: Validating a Code Reference, and I don't want to go through the listing of his 600 nodes, and everyone talks about typeglobs, so a general search isn't as helpful. This happens more often then you think, although that node is a bad example, because it's easy to find)
And I'd rather see that as an option when searching for nodes by an author...

I'd like to not have all the perlman pages show up so often
As a configurable option. Sometimes that's just what you're looking for.

In reply to (kudra: features are fine as long as they aren't just matching one need) RE: Revisiting Super Search by kudra
in thread Revisiting Super Search by swiftone

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