From the webpage:

Open Access Reader is a project to systematically ensure that all significant open access research is cited in Wikipedia.

There’s lots of great research being published in good quality open access journals that isn’t cited in Wikipedia. It’s peer reviewed, so it should count as a reliable source. It’s available for anyone to read and probably comes with pretty decent metadata too. Can we set up a process to make it super convenient for editors to find and cite these papers?

If you are looking for a project with the potential to make a real difference this year, check this one out.

They are looking for volunteers.

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