Top 6 Python search-engine Projects
A free & open modern, fast email client with user-friendly encryption and privacy featuresProject mention: We need better open source e-mail clients! | reddit.com/r/privacytoolsIO | 2021-02-02
Mailpile.is comes to mind. Their Twitter account is inactive since 2018, but they did fix some things on Github in November of 2020: https://github.com/mailpile/Mailpile/
A self-hosted, ad-free, privacy-respecting metasearch engineProject mention: Trying to use Duckduckgo and I find about 90% of the time I add a cheeky !g to the search (of which I am ashamed). | reddit.com/r/privacytoolsIO | 2021-02-28
Get performance insights in less than 4 minutes. Scout APM uses tracing logic that ties bottlenecks to source code so you know the exact line of code causing performance issues and can get back to building a great product faster.
Search plugins for the search featureProject mention: Thank you Google DMCA notice for highlighting links to the real contents! | reddit.com/r/Piracy | 2021-02-18
Elasticsearch with BERT for advanced document search.Project mention: The Weakness of Full Text Searching (2008) [pdf] | news.ycombinator.com | 2020-12-24
There are a few things in this space that might be interesting:
There was another I can't find right now that looked more polished/professional. But, in short, no it's pretty easy to setup. Just need a machine with a pretty big disk and be ok with an index latency. If you're using elastic search then you're already there on both accounts!
Knowledge Management for Humans using Machine Learning & TagsProject mention: HyperTag 0.6.3: Knowledge Management for Humans Using Machine Learning and Tags | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-02-12
Search leading academics' opinions on issues.Project mention: Show HN: FactCheck – search experts opinions on topics | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-02-16
Like many of us I'm concerned about misinformation spreading on the internet and have often been searching for opinion pieces mentioning top academics. FactCheck automates this process by showing you Google search results mentioning experts in your field of choice (experts are retrieved using the Microsoft Academic API).
The code can be found here https://github.com/danesherbs/factcheck and it's free to use/extend :)