I have several comments/requests:
If any of these are doable? I would like to carry them to GitHub...
1. In Turkish, we have some letters with accents such as ı,ç,ö,ş,ü,ğ... however since our English keyboard does not contain these letters, it is commonly used with english letters, and for a normal Turkish person the word "cesme" would be easily understood as "çeşme" in a sentence; however dbsearch is making difference with these two words, and therefore we -most of the time- cannot find what we are searching for on the form.
So, I wonder if it would be possible for this letter to be recognized as their counterpart without accent? Such as
ı can be also i
ç can be also c
ö can be also o
ş can be also s
ü can be also u
ğ can be also g
It would help us a lot.
2. When you search a word on the forum it is quite important to write the word correct, however sometimes people make mistakes in their comments/posts/titles and it is not edited later. So for example, when you search for "importan" or "importat" it is never showing you the word "important" or vice versa. I believe a wobbly search would be quite nice, so maybe a long word with one letter mistake is tolerated; so people can find what they are looking for.
3. Would it be possible to implement a hashtag system to the forum? Unlike most forums, our forum is based on accumulating experiences and knowledge under related title, so creating new topic for something already in the forum is discouraged. This of course causes very long topics, however since tag system only works for the first post and we cannot tag other keywords in the following posts, it is getting harder to find other related stuff (especially #1 issue causes problems with our dbsearch). It would be cool to have a hashtag in or below the post so for example, if people are giving information about "high school" in a "New York" topic, they can tag their post with #highschool and later this can be found very easily with dbsearch or just by clicking the hashtag. I think people also like using hashtags because of social media.