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Kudasai

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Dominion Fan Card Versions Standardization
« on: February 28, 2020, 07:04:26 pm »
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Hello All!

I've been seeing more and more version information attached to fan cards lately. I think it's a neat addition that can show how much work has gone into a card. However, other than seeing how many iterations a card has gone through, it doesn't convey much information beyond that. Perhaps we can all change that by coming up with a standard. Is anyone interested?

OBJECTIVES:
  • Come up with a standard acronym. Something like DFC (Dominion Fan Card).
  • Determine pertinent information to include. Something like DFCv0.1-DFCv0.99 for untested ideas; DFCv1.1-DFCv1.99 for baseline tested; DFCv2.1-DFCv2.99 for play tested; and DFCv3.1-DFCv3.99 for both baseline and play tested.

EXAMPLE:

DFCv0.2 would show this is the 2nd iteration of an untested card idea.

These are just some initial ideas to get the ball rolling. I'd love to hear everyone's input!
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Re: Dominion Fan Card Versions Standardization
« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2020, 07:09:33 pm »
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I already do this in my own file for fan cards except my scale of how well tested it is goes 0-5. (0 being untested and 5 being tested a lot)

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Re: Dominion Fan Card Versions Standardization
« Reply #2 on: February 29, 2020, 09:21:26 am »
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i'd suggest the number after the decimal point be two separate digits - the tenths is for tracking revisions that change the intent of a card, or change how it's played, and the hundreths digit is for minor wording revisions, art tweaks, etc.
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