OK Kev, most of my glass projects are very long term and I always seem to have several thousand images waiting to be uploaded.
Update on the Glass Catalogue. It now has a few complete catalogue contents, Moser 1948, Stevens and William 1893, Bruder Rachmann 1907, Chance Bros 1930 and is also being used for Glass-Study member projects, two that show on this site are Decorated Glassware and Numbered Glassware. I expect to offer direct subscriptions to this site in early 2008, Glass Study subscribers have full access now.
Update on Scotland's Glass: Over 2,500 Scottish glass items in catalogues illustrated by over 6,000 images - still a drop in the ocean. Biggest need for this site is articles from others with an interest in Scottish Glass including active glass workers. Latest addition has been the work of fused and stained glass artist Eilidh Mackenzie, an article will be appearing shortly. The forums are starting to get used too. A recent addition has been a catalogue section on Scottish themes, glass decorated with Scottish motifs but possibly, or certainly, not made in Scotland, for example exhibition ware and commemorative pieces of glass.
Update on Glass Zoo. Growing steadily 434 figures, over half of which are identified, some with several examples - coverage is lampwork, blown, moulded, sculpted glass with the only criteria being animal shape or human shape, including abstract but excluding decoration... although if anyone wanted to use the site to showcase their collection of animal decoration on glass - get in touch. This site has a very long way to go, as glass has been used for figures since Egyptian times as well as by almost every glassworks in addition to all the homeworkers!
Update on Glass Study. 80% of my time is on this site which is intended to provide me with an income as well as build a fund to allow preservation of web-sites. Currently well over 2,000 pages of content, mostly from obscure and scarce resources (Books, articles, extracts, magazines, directories and ephemera.) and growing weekly. While intended to be fully multilingual only the German navigation is complete. Content is mostly English (US, UK and International) but there is some German language content and one item on sheet glass in four languages (adding French and Spanish). Criteria of inclusion is glass.
If anyone would like to get involved in translating the navigation and all site notices to any other language, they will get a free subscription. German translation involved about two weeks work, and ongoing occasional updates - you must be willing to commit to maintain for 5 years and provide references.
Update on Ysart Glass. Very little other than minor corrections and additions, a large project on Moncrieff trademarks is nearly complete with 8 pages being added in the near future.