Python and the Search API

Once you have enough data, no amount of organization will make everything easy to find. As Google has taught us, the only system that works at this scale is a search box. When you use GitHub, you’re exposed to both sides of this phenomenon: the repositories you have direct access to—which are relatively small in number—are given a single level of hierarchy, so you can keep them straight in your head. For the rest, the uncountable millions of public repositories that belong to other people, there’s a search box, with powerful features to help you find what you’re looking for.

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