Elasticsearch was set up recently on the *tiki.org sites (thanks to Roberto and Jonny). On the positive side, the results seem to be very good, but I noticed some glitches when doing a search at themes.tiki.org. I entered the word "Bootstrap" in the search input on the homepage and "1.0" appeared in the dropdown. I clicked that and it moved up to the input as if I wanted to search for "1.0", so I had to delete it and re-input my search term. I wonder why that "1.0" appeared. Not a big deal but kind of strange. Later, when I entered "Bootstrap" again on the homepage after doing my first search, there was the expected list of "Bootstrap" results in the dropdown, so the "1.0" item had gone away.
On the results page, with no filters applied, I see that the headings of many results end with the word "External" which makes sense when the links are to tiki.org or dev.t.o., etc. But quite a few of the results that say "External" are actually at themes.tiki.org. The only pattern I can find is that wiki pages don't seem to be affected by this, but trackers, forums, file descriptions, etc. are.
One other thing is that some of the search results link to a page of search results, like
https://themes.tiki.org/tiki-searchindex.php?filter%7Econtent=Bootstrap&exact_match=y#threadId=3168. This seems like a bug.
Finally, I assumed the "Federated search" filter would filter results by site. But I tried each of the options - dev, tw, and doc - and didn't see any change in the list of results, which still came from all of the *tiki.org sites. (By the way, I thought I noticed a "local search" option the first time I used the filter, but it didn't appear as an option after that.)
I then tried filtering by object type - I chose "file gallery" - and again there's no effect. Every result was listed no matter what object type. I tried filtering after submitting a search term and getting results, and also filtering with the initial search request - no difference: no filtering.
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