[update 6.7.2015] This page is outdated, however, it is preserved here due to the scientific information in the comments. We have currently four subprojects (see About) and the data contributions would be done ideally directly uploading the data into the appropriate GitHub repository (see Workflow) and/or commenting the related discussion.
The project has been success by this far. There are currently 16 posts and a total of 141 comments containing very intense information. Consequently, the blog has become quite difficult to follow.
One problem is that each comment is gets filed only under one post even though it would be related to a large amount of topics. We hope that in the future there would be a system, where comments could be tagged to a certain topic and then would appear in all the discussions related to that topic (we have never used Twitter but have understood that it roughly works with this principle).
However, since such a system is not available here, we think that from now on it would be good to start sending all the new data by commenting this page. This will make it a lot easier to find and view the data.
So, let us keep the other comments under each separate post, but from now on, post new data here.
[update 12.11.2014] Since we are now using GitHub (https://github.com/NMRLipids/nmrlipids.blogspot.fi) you can also put your files there by doing pull request. Alternatively, if you want to include your files to the GitHub without learning to use Git, you can ask me (Samuli) to add the files. I am planning to share also my trajectories though the Zenodo system. Currently, the most up to date GitHub folder is for the GAFFlipid: https://github.com/NMRLipids/nmrlipids.blogspot.fi/tree/master/POPCgaff. It probably contains most relevant files, including the link to the trajectory in Zenodo server. If you add trajectories or other content to Zenodo, you can add it to the Nmrlipids community: https://zenodo.org/collection/user-nmrlipids.