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I want to start pointing people to Quarry when they ask for specific data that can be obtained via the public replicas of our production DBs. Having either tags or simple search functionality will allow us to put together a query library.

Queries can be searched by title or summary (will hopefully motivate people to provide summaries). Search box appears in "Recent queries" page. Allow users to search either ALL queries, or just published queries. Users can use Hashtags in query summaries to search by tag.

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Let's start with simple search within 'title' and description field?

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Capt_Swing renamed this task from Allow published query titles to be searched or filtered by tag to Search or filter queries by title or summary.Jul 17 2015, 7:42 PM
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If reusing queries is the whole point of avoiding that people reinvent the wheel, then we certainly need a way to... query the queries?

Hey there. Is this functionality still needed?
Also, could someone clarify whether the pull requests should be made to this Github repository or to Gerrit?

For now I have submitted a PR on Github:

Hi @samuelguebo yeah let's see if we can get this in! And yes, github is the right place to put in patches. I'll test it and hopefully get it in tomorrow. Thanks for the patch!

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