The next job was fitting the chine log. It's been sitting in place for a while in the poorly fitted notches. A great big todo.
I go to spend a few hours this weekend with a mallet and a few sharp chisels fixing the notches.
One thing I figured out is that while I am drawing things tight, square drive galvansied deck screws are way better than bronze. Bronze screws are way too expensive and strip too easily. For the gluing, I will wax the deck screws, bond the lot with epoxy and then replace the screws with bronze. I have about two frames to go on one side and I can start gluing.