Thanks Bryan -- I applaud your efforts in making the Blanxx card listings more useful. Unfortunately, these sorts of "manual" solutions to organization tend to not be maintained over time (or require a great deal more effort to maintain). As you probably know, this sort of thing screams "database"! Obviously, the server that the wiki is running on already has PHP and probably MySQL installed. And I am sure that there are several people on this list who would be up to the task of creating a Fluxx Blanxx database and some simple web pages for adding, sorting, and searching card ideas. (I would be one such person). So, anyone want to work on this together? I think further discussion about "how" it could be done should be moved to the Looney Labs "Geek" list. Thanks again, Bryan! Anthony "Chocolate Rabbit" -- Anthony Kozar mailing-lists-1001 AT anthonykozar DOT net http://anthonykozar.net/ Rabbit bio: <http://www.looneylabs.com/OurCommunity/Rosters/Rabbit/index.html?RabbitUser ID=AnalogKid> Bryan Stout wrote on 8/20/08 12:41 AM: > I have just completed a new page for the Rabbit Wiki: a page which lists all > the Fluxx Blanxx ideas sorted according to their author. > I did not copy all the card definitions -- that > would be even more labor-intensive than it was, as well as inefficient and > contrary to good programming standards. So I first laid the groundwork by > placing a manual anchor for each card in the pages which list the cards by > type. Then I did the Author list by just linking to all the anchors. > Now that the infrastructure is in place for the links, here are some > projects that others may want to try: > > 1. Of course, I recommend that any new Blanxx entries also include an > anchor for linking. > 2. The Chronological Blanks Card Suggestions page could be changed to have > just links, rather than repeated definitions. > 3. New indexes could be made, referring to the cards by theme (e.g. food), > or behavior (e.g. Actions affecting Keepers).