[Clipart] Search functions
chovynz at gmail.com
Mon Jun 7 22:19:51 PDT 2010
On the other hand I've searched for "Andy" because I know Andy has done
some nice work, but couldn't remember what his clipart was called.
There's a whole bunch of coding that needs doing on the site, and only
(As far as I'm aware) Bassel & Ronaldo is/can at the moment.
I want to change that, but unfortunatly, I've not had a reply on the
mailing list from them for ages, and don't know how to contact them.
If you guys are reading this, please! contact me! I have a plan. Lol.
On 8/06/2010 5:10 p.m., Leonardo Cunha wrote:
> A) I like the search too. What I mean is that some people tag/describe
> innacurately. I don't remember the exact search results I identified,
> but found some little mistakes:
> A.1) Some people adds "silhouette" tag although clipart is not a
> silhouette (for instance, http://www.openclipart.org/detail/21604).
> A.2) http://www.openclipart.org/detail/28358 don't look like a tux,
> although it was tagged "tux"
> A.3) User aungkarns is using an uncommon style of names and tags for
> his/her clipart.
> B) Unfortunately, some problems are not so simple and can't be solved
> by simply fixing tags and descriptions:
> B.1) As J. Alves said, searching "linux" returns, for instance all
> clipart from user Linuxien (because of his/her username).
> B.2) If I search "sex", I get user themanwithoutsex clipart.
> B.3) Same problem with "tux" search; it even returns
> http://www.openclipart.org/detail/23388, only because there is "tux"
> string in an url in the description.
> B.4) When I search for "ubuntu", I get
> http://www.openclipart.org/detail/371, because the description
> contains "nicubuntu".
> Best regards,
> Leonardo Cunha
> 2010/6/8 chovynz <chovynz at gmail.com <mailto:chovynz at gmail.com>>
> On 8/06/2010 4:31 p.m., Leonardo Cunha wrote:
> I noticed the same problem with search: some people are using
> some 'bizarre' tags and descriptions that make search results
> don't work very well sometimes. If people tagged/described
> better, probably there would be no need for better search. I
> have seen this kind of problem in other projects.
> Got a specific example of clipart on the library? (I like the
> awesome search in this new one, now we just need the limiter options)
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