Consider making the default package search fuzzy (not exact)
On most websites search is by default fuzzy, including other distro's package search pages like https://archlinux.org/packages/ and https://www.debian.org/distrib/packages . This is different from https://pkgs.alpinelinux.org/packages where the default is exact.
The website does tell you this when you hover over the field with the mouse but it is easy to miss and not everyone uses the mouse to navigate. If you do miss it then you might end up thinking the package you are looking or does not exist or you miss interesting related packages.
For example if I search for
gdb on alpine I only see the
gdb package but not
gdb-doc. In the other linked searches it shows similar names by default.
To me it would feel better if the search was by default something like
*gdb* with the results ordered by some kind of similarity metric so that the exact match
gdb still shows up first.
I understand that this is a subjective preference. I still want to give this feedback as it might confuse other new users.