For anything that's pre-full release, it's pretty much guaranteed that there will be [at least] dozens of updates before the final release. Y'all have enough work as it is with full release games and their updates without worrying about beta and pre-beta games too.
Slightly off the trainer development topic, I think too many people overlook the "early-access" designation and are of the misconception that these games should be complete and bug free...all but guaranteeing their own disappointment. For the few early-access games I have, I view the money spent on acquiring early-access as an investment in the potential of what those games could be...not the purchase of a completed game.
Any game that updates more then once a month could be put on a blacklist as being to unstable yet.
And any others will need to have more then two times the requests to be considered.
Once a week is still to much work, no matter how many people play.
But just because it says it is beta does not mean you will see an update but every few months.
I never, ever expected to find trainers for Wasteland 2 or MOW:AS2 on here, and I was literally jumping with joy when there was even an editor for W2.
I appreciate the insane workload you guys have, and it's not going to be easy. You're not psychic, so there's no way for you to tell which games will have months between updates (like W2 beta) and which games will update daily when you decide to allow/deny it on requests page.
Perhaps a new category - instead of just active or retired, you put these games on 'beta/early access - updates not guaranteed'.
That way you're free to just ignore the game if it's going through a period of insane updates, or if indeed the game is ALWAYS going through insane updates.
Whatever people think of kickstarter betas or early access - it's not going to go away.
The other option is a monthly update for those games. Just users will need to of course play in offline mode with auto updates off.
* Updated game trainers and cheats daily
* Get notified when new cheats are added
* Request which games get new trainers
* Priority support with any problem