ImpactStory looks very interesting, especially as it is open source and owned by a non-profit (but I havent seen whether there charter ensures it will never effectively become a for-proft).
They already have a Wikipedia data provider, to determine how many times a DOI is used on Wikipedia as a way of determining impact of a piece of research. https://github.com/total-impact/total-impact-core/blob/master/totalimpact/providers/wikipedia.py I am guessing they would be interested in code that allows them to determine how many visitors the Wikipedia page has, which speaks to the impact of the DOI being on that Wikipedia page. That would be a simple enough piece of code to write and has a very high chance of being incorporated into their system. ---- As for measuring impact of Wikimedia contributions .. I think the hardest part is determining which Wikimedia pages should be allocated to which people, so spelling fix are filtered out (easy) and reverts are also detected and eliminated (harder). e.g. You do want impact of https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Research_in_education:_Open_and_networked_practices appearing in your profile. James Neill may also want it appearing in his impact, but the single edit by User:Rnfitzgerald (Robert Fitzgerald?) should not mean they can add it to their profile (IMO). Once the 'who can claim which pages' problem is solved, adding basic impact data is easy using the data already published and available via suitable apis http://stats.grok.se/en.v/latest/Research_in_education:_Open_and_networked_practices http://stats.grok.se/json/en.v/latest30/Research_in_education:_Open_and_networked_practices The simplest approach to the 'who can claim which pages' problem is the person must add each page individually if they feel it is appropriate to claim credit for it. Then add a cross link to introduce peer-pressure to prevent fraudulent claims; i.e. "three other people also claim this page as their own work" or something similar. On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 8:25 AM, Alexander Hayes <a...@alexanderhayes.com> wrote: > Have done. > > A very important step forward to connect these organisations. > > Regards, > > Alexander Hayes > > Professional Associate, University of Canberra > PhD. Candidate, University of Wollongong > Web Developer, The Australian National University > > Mobile: +61427996984 > Skype: alexanderhayes (Canberra) > > Portfolio: http://www.alexanderhayes.com > LinkedIn: http://au.linkedin.com/in/alexanderhayes > Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/alexanderhayes > Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+AlexanderHayes/posts > > > > > > On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 10:39 AM, Leigh Blackall <leighblack...@gmail.com> > wrote: >> >> I'm casually lobbying a webservice for researcher impact factor to add >> functionality around Wikimedia Contributions and other alternative venues. >> Perhaps you could help vote the suggestion up? >> >> http://feedback.impactstory.org/forums/166950-general/suggestions/5788952-collect-data-from-a-range-of-niche-but-probable-gr >> >> >> > -- John Vandenberg _______________________________________________ Wikimediaau-l mailing list Wikimediaauemail@example.com https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimediaau-l