In short, these add additional scoring from sites, domains or paths and alter the results when they are served. I created one for Drupal and you can check it out today. It is a starting point to build on, but it does three things to start with:
- Discards results that do not match listed domains that are boosted
- Boosts drupal.org and api.drupal.org 4x over anything else
- Boosts Drupal StackExchange results 3x over anything else
First, go to https://search.brave.com/goggles/discover?nav=site and type in 'Drupal' to see the Goggle. Click on the add button to add it to your search experience.
Then, perform a search with the Goggle active. A majority of the results will come from drupal.org or the Drupal StackExchange Q&A site:
Updating the Goggle
I'd like to keep updating the Goggle with input from the community. The basic idea would be to boost well known Drupal sources, the official sites and the top blogs or Drupal sites. Ideally it would also downrank content for Drupal 6 or 7 to cut through the years of content for people using Drupal 9 and soon Drupal 10, where that info is now long outdated.
This should help getting better results for searching Drupal from top curated sources. Goggles are not "permanent", so you can toggle them on or off at any time to change the search results back to the default.
Pull requests can be made against the repository for the Drupal Goggle here.