FlyOde will constantly be improved. The number of nodes and edges will increase across organs and species and the annotation will be more precise. This demands that also the functionality as a tool including filtering and visualization will improve and especially the annotation terms will be accordingly more refined, following suggestions from contributing researchers, with the aim for compatibility with other ontologies. We are also planning to incorporate information about relative expression levels, and combination with networks from other sources, e.g. high throughput data or text mining. We expect that after around 18 months the network will have reached a state which will allow us thorough analysis leading to insightful results, about e.g. topology differences between larval and pupal stages, and how a specific cell fate is reinforced. These results will be published in a peer reviewed journal, with all significantly contributing researchers as authors. From that point on the network data will be freely available for download for further analysis e.g. in relation to one’s own data.