Indeed He is risen!
I'm sorry if I wasn't clear in my last post.
Basically, I think that if we add too many dates to one calendar box and/or duplicate dates unnecessarily, it's just cluttered and has the potential to be confusing. So, for most feast days of saints, inserting them under their New Calendar date would be preferred, since most of the Orthodox here use the revised Julian.
For example, I saw that Saint James is listed on the site's calendar twice even though his feast is 1 May: I listed him under 1 May on the civil calendar, and Nik listed him on 13 May or thereabouts. The feast, however, is 1 May on both calendars, the discrepancy being caused by the extra days or whatever when compared to the civil calendar. I am not sure, but I don't think Saint James' feast day is as big as, say, the Dormition. So, even though both are fixed feasts, I would be in favour of duplicating the Dormition for both calendars (inserting it both for 15 August and 28 August), but for Saint James, would prefer the type of entry that looked like this:
1 May: Saint James (O.C., 13 May)
Of course, one would have to use discretion when doing this; I don't know the Byzantine calendar well enough to know which feast is more important than the other, although I would presume there is at least some rudimentary arrangement (for instance, the twelve great feasts outrank other feasts in honour). I trust everyone here to know what is of greater and lesser importance on their respective calendars.
As for the dates I entered, Nik, most of those do not depend on the Gregorian Paschalion: only one, the Ascension, did. But that is a solemn feast, so I would expect that it be listed twice. I wouldn't mind labelling certain dates as "GC" for Gregorian calendar, but the only dates where that would really matter would be the ones that depend on Pascha...by and large, the fixed dates are the same whether you are exclusively on the Gregorian or you're on the revised Julian. I don't like the current calendar situation that prevails in Orthodoxy, but like it or not, we've got to work around it, and I honestly think the best way to do this for the site's purposes is the way I've suggested, so that we don't clutter things up and make figuring out a saint's day even more confusing than it already is.
And if this didn't clear up any confusion, let me know, I'll try it again.