[open-science] eLife announces phase two of the Reproducible Document Stack project

Emily Packer e.packer at elifesciences.org
Wed May 22 13:50:46 UTC 2019

[With apologies for cross-posting]

Hi All,

eLife is pleased to announce today the next phase of the Reproducible
Document Stack (RDS) project, in collaboration with Substance and Stencila.

The RDS project involves the development of an open-source technology stack
aimed at enabling researchers to publish reproducible manuscripts through
online journals. We introduced eLife's first computationally reproducible
article back in February as part of the project.

We're now working on a scalable implementation and service infrastructure
to support the publication of reproducible manuscripts. The goal is to
deliver researcher-centred, open-source solutions that will allow for the
hosting and publication of reproducible documents, at scale, by anyone. This
includes building conversion, rendering and authoring tools, as well as the
backend infrastructure needed to execute reproducible articles in the

For further details, please see our full blog announcement: Reproducible
Document Stack: towards a scalable solution for reproducible articles

If you'd like more information, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Best wishes,


Emily Packer
Senior Press Officer

+44 1223 855373 (office)


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