At last week's International Digital Curation Conference in Melbourne a whole day was devoted to an unconference. In the unconference, anyone could nominate and run a session with participants voting on which they would like to attend. One popular session was devoted to looking at the DMP common data model. We had a good discussion looking at the model and how it could support the use-cases of people in the session.
We also heard from Natalie Meyers a chair of the Exposing Data Management Plans working group who talked about the overlap with the work of their group.
You can find the collaborative notes from the session on the RDA website.