The TOM Toolkit project was started in early 2018 with the goal of simplifying the development of next generation software for the rapidly evolving field of astronomy. Read more about TOMs and the motivation for them.
Are you looking to run a TOM of your own? The documentation is a good place to get started. The source code for the project is also available on Github.
LSST Corporation and Las Cumbres Observatory will be hosting a workshop from September 30 to October 4, 2019, with a strong focus on interactive TOM Toolkit development and instruction. The workshop will culminate in a call for proposals that will be awarded with mini-grants and telescope time on LCO's global telescope network. If you have an interest in developing a TOM for your science case, you can apply, get more information, or subscribe to the mailing list on the workshop homepage.
The TOM Toolkit and TOM-related topics will be discussed in a number of presentations at the LSST Project and Community Workshop from August 12th to August 16th.
The TOM Toolkit and examples TOMs will be demonstrated in a number of presentations at Hot-wiring the Transient Universe from August 19th to August 23th.