yeah, I looked at it while I was researching this stuff. While Searx is a nice solution, it's still limited to other search engine's results and effectively at their whim.
Now I fully support the addition of Searx to DietPi, obviously this is all down to Daniel ultimately anyway, because it's another solution that puts a little bit of distance between us and the cancer of American corporate interference. (I know the US invented the Internet but it belongs to everyone now and I resent how much control Google in particular has over what we see.) Google has almost become the largest surveillance system the world has ever seen and unlike GHCQ and Prism, most of us don't even seem to mind that it watches our ever move.
YaCy pushes the Pi too hard for daily use so until I can get that under control I've had to take my appliance offline. However, I'd happily use DietPi as a search appliance any day of the week: and I think to get the democracy back, more of us really need to do just that.
EDIT: come to think of it, since I've got a spare machine waiting for a decent heatsink to arrive, I think I'll give Searx a crack since it's obviously better than using Google. Seems the installation is a bit of a PITA, but this is where Daniel's expertise comes in!
EDIT2: Got it working after a fair bit of swearing and some Homer Simpson moments - definitely a worthy addition I would agree - although since it requires NginX (I prefer Lighttpd, but that's me) it might need some tinkering to make things work together. Once again, this is really Daniel's territory but it's nice to give another little bit of Google the bird!