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# Announcing Quepid 6.1.0

It’s been six months since we open sourced Quepid, and it looks like momentum is growing. Since we flipped the switch, we’ve had two minor point releases. We’ve also had our first contributions from non OSC affiliated folks – thank you @moshebla, @cgamesplay, and @synhershko for contributing to the community!

Since July we’ve also had over 200 people sign up on http://app.quepid.com to try their hands at improving their search quality. Many of these have also joined the #quepid channel on Relevance Slack for community support.

Today we released version 6.1.0 of Quepid, the first version that is designed for you to download and install yourself. We decided that we would provide a Docker based deployment process, and there is now an Installation Guide on the project wiki site that walks you through the steps. We’ve even had folks run Quepid on Windows using the Windows Subsystem for Linux + Docker successfully.

• Now you can embed video and audio files in the search results via media:, joining the thumb:, and title:, and id: patterns. Makes it easier to build judgment lists for rich media, as your can play the files directly from within the result list.