The question came from a person who curates her own site on the far side of the world from where I reside, and her inquiry was really centered more around whether or not SciFiHistory.Net accepts submissions (of a curious sort, but I won't go into those details). Though I've answered this before (both directly and indirectly), let me sound off again as it has been some time.
Kids: dad doesn't call himself 'the hardest working man in Science Fiction' without having good cause.
Maintaining the Date Pages -- the true intestinal fabric of SciFiHistory.Net -- is a process in and of itself. It doesn't just mean I have to keep abreast of the birthdays and whatnot: it's a constant daily re-examination of each page (usually done in or around its anniversary) to spot spelling errors, chronological errors, graphic errors, and the like. All kidding aside, you'd probably all be godsmacked at the amount of time I'm working behind-the-scenes on this lifelong project ... and I can only hope that my love of genre entertainment shows each and every time you arrive on the site. I'm that committed to making this a useful, daily stop for each and every one of you.
Because I've been encouraged to do so, here's a general 'how does it work' synopsis as best as I can provide those interested.
Take this morning: by doing just a bit of research, I stumbled across a film that I was completely unaware of -- a little something something titled Decoys 2: Alien Seduction (2007) from Alian Girls Films and Decoys Production. My first step is just checking as to whether or not I've highlighted the film's existence, and that starts on its release date: on March 6, 2007, Decoys 2 spawned on home video. So I check my corresponding page (March 6) to -- lo and behold -- find that I've never cited it, causing me to begin scouring the web for graphics so that I can add it in the proper format. As you can guess, that takes a bit of time -- not much, really -- but it still has to be done. Then, I consult all of the film's release schedule -- as provided by IMDB.com -- and I then put myself reminders in each and every one of those upcoming day catalogues that I keep.
Now, there are other steps I take to prepare myself for those citations, but I don't want to bore you to tears with the minutiae of running the site. Essentially, the point of this post was to educate readers that, yes, this place is always growing ... and -- so long as I have the means to do so -- I'll keep updating it with details at every opportunity. Looking at my collection of additions I'm wanting to make to today -- as an example -- my July 27th file has an incredible 66 items just waiting for me to create graphics for, write entries for, add to the corresponding sections (birthdays, movies, TV shows, books, etc.) ... and that's what I mean when I say it takes t-i-m-e. Lots of it.
So, yes, SciFiHistory.Net is always growing. I may not tweak the format all that much -- I'm kinda/sorta used to how it all looks -- but it's always growing.
Thanks for asking!