2007.01: The founder of the Secular Library recognized that the Dewey Decimal and Library of Congress classification systems were inadequate for the needs of contemporary society, and subsequently, the lack of a more accurate knowledge classification system was detrimental to the progress of civilization.
2008.02: The founder commenced deliberations concerning knowledge classification based on the deliberate pursuit (hypothesis) of a "scientific" classification system.
2008.11: The founder recognized the primary collation.
2009.07: The founder accepted the existence of the primary collation.
2010.06: The founder published the first Internet publication of groups and categories on Google.sites and various discussion forums.
2010.08: The founder became aware of the Open Shelves classification project, and challenged the guardians to revisit and develop the concept that they had abandoned.
2010.11: Revision of several categories including the establishment of the 100: Reality category.
2011.01: 4th revision of categories
2011.07: Revised numerical coding to four digit system
2011.10: Returned numerical coding to three digits; revised categories: 200: Innovation to Creation, and 630: Narration to Memory
2011.11: Revised 310: Individuation to Being; and 102: Systems to Communication
2011.12: Revised 010: comms to Phenomenon; 100: Reality to Phenomenon; 110: Environment to Reality; 210: Communication to Environment; 560: Wisdom to Era; 660: Evolution to Cosmology
2012.01: Revised 200: Communication and 210. Creativity; 320: Action to Symptomation.
2012.02: The founder commenced deliberation of an SLC formatted charter system
2012.09: The founder established SecularLibrary.com on HostGator.com servers
2012.12: Revised 150: Naturology to Technology
2013.04: Revised SLC 3: HEALTH to Life; 000: Phenomenon to Process; 120: Classification to Ontology; 200: Communication to Process; 220: Analysis to Metrics; and various sub-categories in the Society and Culture realms.
2013.05: The founder commenced deliberations of second generation of the SLCS
2013.07: Revised 410: Community to Organization; revised 500: Agreement to Community; and the subcategories associated with changes, and to 110: Environment.
2013.07: The founder established secularlibrary.info on GoDaddy servers.
2014.01: The founder stabilized the second generation of the SLCS for USA federal government; revised 2: technology to applications.
2014.02: The founder commenced deliberations of third generation of SLCS for USA federal government concentrating on detailed reorganization of departments and agencies.
2014.04: The founder established SecularLibrary, and CyberConvention, forums on ProBoard servers
2014.09: The founder established SLCS electoral college system.
2014.10: Revised the Security Council and Justice Council.
2015.03: The founder stabilized fourth generation of SLCS for USA federal charter with detailed convention of seven articles and founders assembly.
2015.07 The founder established secularlibrary.com on Weebly servers.
2016.06: The founder established secularlibray.biz, secularlibrary.org, secularlibrary.net on GoDaddy servers.
2016.07: The founder stabilized generation of SLCS for municipal conventions.
2016.11: The founder established us4cc.com on GoDaddy servers.
2017.00: The founder established us4cc.info on HostGator servers.
2017. 08: The founder commenced concentrated deliberation of the SLCS introductory article and abstract description of the convention series.
2018.01: Upon the founder's satisfaction of the efficient description of the SLCS convention and introductory article he withdraws from concentrated deliberations of the SLCS, and re-designated the document US4CC for better public campaign, and commenced concentrated efforts into the New York City Municipal Charter Convention format/petition (updating the US4CC as appropriate).
2018.05.18: Established the generational mission of the Secular Library Intelligence Service and assigned the former SLCollation icon to serve as the code's trademark.
2018.05.22: Abandoned the CyberConvention forum and established the US4CC forum.