lorelle’s latest challenge precludes you from using your own name, but not the names of your posts. that would be too easy, though, so i dug in my stats a bit, and suddenly wondered why one of my custom CSS templates was so much more popular than the others: oh, that’s because people are googling for a wordpress fork. if ever there was a metric for dissatisfaction with the hierarchy of your project, surely this is it.
Seeing the search on wordpress.org, i found an idea. Yahoo!’s search API is wide open, and they have plenty of Example Code. (important for me, since i’m no expert) it still needs a hell of a lot of tweaking, but it should be relatively easy to integrate into a theme, since theme authors can control what the results page looks like.
Unfortunately, this sort of thing should be implemented as a plugin. which means going the route of falbum, or UTW, or whathaveyou, and distributing a basic template, and giving instructions on how to integrate it.