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Tomasz Miksa launches Salzburg Manifesto @ IDCC24

Tomasz Miksa, senior researcher at SBA Research, co-chaired and co-organized a workshop titled “Elevating Data Management Planning: Interoperability of RDM Services through Machine-Actionability,” held on 19 February 2024 in Edinburgh, Great Britain, as part of the International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC24).

The workshop facilitated discussions on recent developments within the data management planning community. Specifically, participants explored the extent to which the principles outlined in the paper “Ten Principles for Machine-Actionable Data Management Plans (maDMPs)“, co-authored by Tomasz Miksa, have been implemented and assessed the community’s progress in the digital transformation of research data management. Additionally, the workshop addressed pathways for connecting DMP platforms and RDM platforms to enhance value for researchers and other stakeholders. Participants formulated user stories to articulate their expectations for future developments.

Tomas Miksa holds Talk on stage
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The workshop culminated in the presentation of the Salzburg Manifesto, which signifies the commitment of the DMP community to collaborate on the advancement and adoption of machine-actionable DMPs and DMP IDs. The full text of the manifesto can be accessed here: https://activedmps.org.


MLDM Research Group – sba-research.org

Ten Principles for Machine-Actionable Data Management Plans (maDMPs)


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