The development of FLAME’s second stage continues at a good pace. The increasing complexity of the application also results in increasing numbers of bugs and errors we keep discovering – in both the data we have in our database and the tools we’ve developed to analyze it all. It’s admittedly less exciting (and very time consuming!) to search for these bugs and correct them, as we now need to test and check anything users might do with the application and make sure that they all work as intended and in view of the data in the database. We must fix these bugs however before we can open FLAME’s tools up to the broader public, as we want to keep a high quality standard in our data and tools.