The Australian Potters Marks project is now two years old. As of today, there are 1276 entries in the alphabetic list and and 800 of these are linked to topics in the Identifying Australian Pottery group on Flickr. This means that over the last year we have added 184 new entries and created 266 new topics. Almost two-thirds of entries now have linked topics and the image sets of known marks are starting to become a substantial resource in their own right. This is a significant accomplishment for a group depending solely on volunteer effort. It’s true that the number of mystery marks keep growing as well, but we always knew that the seed data included only a fraction of the potters who have practiced professionally in Australia over the last fifty years. The architecture is proving robust as a means of dealing with an open-ended project and I look forward to seeing a similar number of new entries and topics added in the year to come.