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<p>Yes, let's move this to another issue. I wanted to look into using a pagination gem like Kaminari (spelling?) as well which would allow for more feature with less code in the controller… - and also create consistency.</p>
<p>PS: those PRs are not forgotten by me, just paused; will update soon.</p>

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