The other items are each a mini-project on their own. It's very good for you to periodically remind me of these lists so I don't forget them, but I'm not sure when I will get to masters/pupils, awards (like Prix de Rome) and academic positions (like President of the Royal Academy).
Well, just to say that I have principally focused my uploads on members of the French Academy and Prix de Rome recipients. I indicated the precise day of their academic appointments (see for example here).
So it means that we could be able to build a page named "what happened in the French Academy this year?", with the list of the academicians, Prix de Rome contestants and Salon exponents, and a calendar of the promotions, admissions (with reception pieces when available) and deaths which occurred within the year.
This would be unique on the web and a valuable academic resource. I imagine we could do the same for the other European academies, especially the British and Venetian ones, for which the records are significant on the website. I just need a reference book on the subject.
There's no need to hurry as I can still expand the records for this period (1648-1793), but I definitely keep this idea in mind.