Our DMPTool and DMPonline services have been humming along with the same underlying code for a couple of months now. Since our MVP release, we’ve shifted gears to more regular sprints. We’re also pleasantly surprised by how eager the wider … Continue reading →
Templates and guidance 101
We’ve been running the new DMPTool for about a month now and are gratified by the positive reception from all corners of the globe. Now that we’re settling into a regular development rhythm and tying up some loose ends, I … Continue reading →
We have lift off – DMPRoadmap launches!
by Sarah Jones We’re delighted to announce that the DMPTool and DMPonline sites are both now running from the new joint DMPRoadmap codebase. We pushed the MVP out to test last month and have now migrated our production services. There … Continue reading →
New DMPTool launched today!
We’re delighted to announce a successful launch of DMPTool version 3 today. This milestone represents the convergence of the two most popular data management planning tools—US-based DMPTool and UK-based DMPonline—into a single, internationalized platform. We plan to bring the many … Continue reading →
Prepare for launch in 3… 2… 1…
In about two weeks we will launch the new DMPTool on Tues, 27 Feb. The much-anticipated third version of the tool represents an exciting next step in what has always been a community-driven project. We’ve now successfully merged the primary … Continue reading →
First annual funder template pizza party!
As we approach our target release date of Feb 2018 for the DMP Roadmap platform, the DMPTool team has embarked on a major housekeeping effort. A top-to-bottom content review is underway, and last week we began an audit of the … Continue reading →
Roll up, roll up. Get yer DMP update here!
by Sarah Jones Last month saw a busy Active DMPs and Domain Repositories Interest Groups joint session at the RDA Plenary in Montreal. Two new working groups have been launched to advance work in this area: one on developing Common … Continue reading →
NSF EAGER Grant for Actionable DMPs
We’re delighted to announce that the California Digital Library has been awarded a 2-year NSF EAGER grant to support active, machine-actionable data management plans (DMPs). The vision is to convert DMPs from a compliance exercise based on static text documents … Continue reading →
DMPRoadmap summer camp news
This summer we’ve made solid progress toward our DMPRoadmap MVP, done oodles of outreach for machine-actionable DMPs, and addressed some DMPTool and DMPonline-specific items. Keep reading for the high-level highlights and what to expect in the coming months: What we’re … Continue reading →
On the right track(s) – DCC release draws nigh
blog post by Sarah Jones Preliminary DMPRoadmap out to test We’ve made a major breakthrough this month, getting a preliminary version of the DMPRoadmap code out to test on DMPonline, DMPTuuli and DMPMelbourne. This has taken longer than expected but … Continue reading →