Tomasz Miksa co-organized a session on Changing the Culture of Data Management Plans: making DMPs machine-actionable and FAIR at the FORCE2017 Conference in Berlin, Germany.
The FORCE2017 Research Communication and e-Scholarship Conference brought together a diverse group of people interested in changing the way in which scholarly and scientific information is communicated and shared. The conference is non-traditional, with all stakeholders coming to the table for open discussion on an even playing field in support of innovation and coordination across perspectives.
During the session participants discussed and revised the 10 principles for machine-actionable data managements plans. The abstract, principles, and the collaborative notes can be found here.