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[Bug 1310309] Re: Searching on https://help.ubuntu.com/ doesn't produce results from wiki.ubuntu.com
Doug Smythies, thanks for the update.
Searching for debugging gives a lot of highly relevant results from
wiki.ubuntu.com, with the expected DebuggingProcedures page at the top
of the list.
As well, searching for pepper gives the expected wiki.ubuntu.com pepper
flash plugin install article at the top of the list.
As far as I'm concerned, the searching has been dramatically improved
for the betterment of the Ubuntu Community.
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Searching on https://help.ubuntu.com/ doesn't produce results from
Status in “ubuntu-docs” package in Ubuntu:
What is expected to happen is when one goes to:
and searches for example Debugging, one of the results would be:
However, no results from wiki.ubuntu.com are listed under any of the
default categories (All Results, Official, Community, Technical,
AskUbuntu). One would have to know upfront from trial and
error/experience that in order to get results from wiki.ubuntu.com one
has to go to there and then look it up.
While I am aware of the different articles that I typically look for,
and on which page to search for them, I constantly find myself
desiring to be able to do a one stop shop search, instead of flipping
between the two. Given this, having this searching capability would
certainly empower the Ubuntu Community in their efforts to search for
One potential resolution would be to integrate the results from
wiki.ubuntu.com into Official, as the articles there tend to be
released from Ubuntu/Canonical developers, and are of high technical
If this would not be preferred, another solution would be to create a
new search category (ex. Ubuntu Wiki), that populates results from
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