Clean, easy to navigate interface. I like it!
Would there be a way to include errata relevant to a given card, or connect to the per-card discussion posts here on CGDB, since that's often where people will relay new errata?
I don't really see how to link directly to a card, cause the naming of the links here is not consistent.
It is possible to do a lazy search request via link (enter search text at end):
Ofcourse it would be possible to save the direct link in the database, for example this for Azathoth.
So, my example Azathoth seems easy to generate. But some other expansions have numbers in the direct link, so i would have to check out every single card.
An important feature of Nyarlazorbec's deckbuilder was the ability to filter cards according to thematic properties ("discard to discard pile"; "draw from deck"; "draw from discard pile"; wound; etc.).
Another important feature was the hand generator and card drawing simulator.
Please consider making your program truly opensource: Nyarlazorbec's datafiles are crypted, which is a pity because all the work has to be done again from scratch. I once asked him to publish the sources, but he refused, arguing that he wanted the hard work to remain his. Maybe we could ask him again for the data files (esp. for the thematic research feature).
I am not at this point yet, but later i consider asking people for help to enter all the card information into a clean database.
At the moment i only use 20 cards in a sqlite database file for testing.
I got the card drawing simulator feature on my list, should not be that hard to implement that, but it is no top priority at the moment.
Thematic research is probably based on searching the textbox of a card for the words you search for, i.e. draw. I think about it. One way surely would be to add some "tags" to each card to simplify searching for thematic properties.
I actually think a program like this is easier to build from scratch, also i want to include current FAQ so i would have to double check a lot of cards anyway.
I think about opensource the projekt.