There has been a partial update to OZ, a big update to W7W and a large update is pending for OE which has yet to be uploaded. The OE update has to be done carefully as it exercises a bug in the database code that it exposed before. The issue is to do with summits which were deleted and then added again as the database cannot (yet) cope with holes in the validity window. We hope the OE update will get around that but I’d like to be sure… Anyway, the OE team is aware and their patience is appreciated.
W7U / W4A / W4T have new AMs. The data is correct on the database (www.sotadata.org.uk) and will be updated on the summits pages on the SOTA website by the weekend (www.sota.org.uk). I have been extending some of the tools I use to make updating the AM and region info easier for us to use. Likewise the summits team have been busy both working with existing AMs for these and other updates that are in progress and in helping speculative AMs wih new associations.
The scale of the work is best expressed by the fact a few South American countries if fully supported could add around 40000 (forty thousand) new summits to the program.