The previous Hall of Fame was entierely maintained by hand, which led to many small mistakes, and really rare updates. This is an attempt to automate the process (at least partially), and offer various features that just weren't possible the old way (such as graphs).
The webmaster, Jhiday programmed it and does most of the updating. Some accesses have been granted to other club staff members so that they can help out.
The website uses a Symfony3/PHP/MySQL backend, with HighCharts for the graphs.
You need to have turned in at least one challenge in the club's turn-in thread.
Patience. This website isn't updated in real time, and new turn-ins are only added every few days. At worst, it may take a week or two, don't worry too much about it.
You can keep track of what was latest turn-in added to the database with the counter on the main page.
This is indeed a problem ; the import process does have a few bugs. Please contact the webmaster with a link to your turn-in, and we'll try and correct it swiftly.
Be aware that the more deviations you have from the recommended turn-in format, the more the risk of an error occuring rises. So please stick to it.
Also, all turn-ins that were deemed invalid by the Club Inspectors (and marked as such) will only show up (crossed-out) on your "chronological" page.
You probably have turned in the Official MAL Anime Watching Challenge (or an earlier edition). That challenge isn't run by the club, but we do take it into account and give points for it. For simplicity's sake, we deem anyone participating in it a potential future club member.
If you really don't want your name here, give a word to the webmaster.
There are few recent challenges where the club staff just haven't decided yet how much they'll be worth. Just be patient, whenever it's settled your point total will be automatically recalculated.
Also, some challenges (such as the official AWCs) can only be turned in once. Only the turn-in giving the most points will be taken into account.
Please contact the webmaster ; this should be done relatively fast.