What was this client envisioned as? a webpage, a software?
Either, whatever is easiest. The idea was to create a semantic database of durations dosages interactions etc using the information on the wiki and tie it in with a client that keeps track of durations, potential interactions etc. It could have an input system which allows one to tick which subjective effect components are occuring and then generate a formal break down of it automatically. I have a lot of ideas for it but can only write content since I cant code. --Josikins (talk) 20:33, 24 August 2015 (UTC)
I see. The best would be to have it as a website for availability but my website creating skills are limited. The idea is super cool though and it would be sad to just leave it at that, so why not try at least. I'll take a look at how hard it'd be to make a website with the functionality demanded, it sounds plausible but I can't say for sure yet. I'll be back. --Oisier (talk) 21:08, 24 August 2015 (UTC)
This sounds like an amazing idea! What's the current status about the client, has someone worked on that, is it still something people would like to see etc.? I have collected some first thoughts and may have a look into this over the next weeks. --zyκurə talk • contrib 14:13, 20 January 2018 (CET)
I actually made something like this a few years ago. Unfortunately it's a standalone application provided as a game image for Nintendo DS since I made it for myself and didn't want to get too complicated. It includes a lot of information about many drugs, easy to interpret trip status, multiple substance timer, a notepad and a cool geometric pattern generator (Mandelbrot set, pretty fast). If anyone's interested, just contact me. --Unintended (talk) 16:40, 29 September 2020 (UTC)