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I was arguing:

Some, like me, find that criteria very relevant, and for them, what signs can they search for, among open source projects, that depict a good behavior?

  • be searching for?
  • be looking for?
  • ?

how can I write this sentence correctly?

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Search for is simplest and what I would use. To me, the sentence seems awkward for other reasons. You might consider leaving out "like me":

Some find that criterion very relevant. What signs can they search for, among open source projects, that depict good behavior?

Perhaps that's an improvement.

(Although criteria is often used in the singular, it is actually the plural and criterion is the correct singular. This is analogous to taxon/taxa.)

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