The Association for History and Computing (AHC) exists to encourage and maintain interest in the use of computers in all types of historical studies at all levels, in both teaching and research.
H-Soz-Kult and Clio-online are conducting a survey on communications services and professional information resources for historians. We would like to ask you to take the survey and to forward this message to colleagues or students. It should be especially interesting for those of you who have an interest in German history (and the survey itself is in German). Answering all questions will take between ten and fifteen minutes. Your participation helps to improve the quality of services of Clio-online, H-Soz-Kult and other portals. Your help is greatly appreciated.
If it's a scholarly edition (or something similar) you are working on the Review Journal of the IDE (http://ride.i-d-e.de/) could be of help. DHCommons (http://dhcommons.org/) is building up something more general. Digital Medievalist (http://www.digitalmedievalist.org/journal/) has started recently to publish reviews on digital projects as well.
At least a few scholarly publications include digital project reviews in addition to book and exhibit reviews. I know that The Public Historian (published by NCPH) has some, and the Journal of American Historians which also has some guidelines for reviewing digital projects (http://jah.oah.org/submit/digital-history-reviews/).
You might also look at white papers from projects that you particularly admire, or any process blogs they may have published, to see how they talk about their work.