Would it be possible to implement advanced search options in the study page, like, for example, searching kanji by components/component keywords?
It also could be most useful if the content of the stories was indexed too, so you could search stories that include certain keywords, are in certain language or include certain "tags". For example, people could agree to include the name of the language they write in parenthesis so other users can search [Espaņol] and find only stories in Spanish.
Search by components would be nice but that's quite a bit of work, I had some test code a while ago based on some data files from KANJIDIC ("radkfile" I think it was) but there was lots of manual data required for RTK primitives. It's not a big necessity also because of how the characters are indexed in the book.
Language tags would be nice but so far only English stories are meant to be published, though I am aware people are posting stories in other languages. One workaround would be to allow Google to index those pages, but I think the wild diversity of the imaginative stories would be inappropriate for indexing.
I suppose I could add a SQL search for the stories, it has some costs in terms of indexing (for speed), and there doesn't seem to be a big need for it to warrant the extra tables/indexes.
My plans at the moment are (loosely): * The RTH forum emancipation (quite a bit of work to handle dual forums on local side, plus deployment scripts of dual forums from one repository in Git, etc) * Some RTK and RTH corrections that have been posted * Simplified Hanzi / RTK 6th edition (same required code changes for multiple character indexes)