My paper "Surfacing the deep data of taxonomy" (based on a presentation I gave in 2011) has appeared in print as part to a special issue of Zookeys:
Page, R. (2016, January 7). Surfacing the deep data of taxonomy. ZooKeys. Pensoft Publishers. http://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.550.9293The manuscript was written shortly after the talk, but as is the nature of edited volumes it's taken a while to appear.
My tweet about the paper sparked some interesting comments from David Shorthouse.http://arxiv.org/abs/1601.01058 looks interesting. A big consideration will be how connected is the network connecting taxonomists, papers, sequences, specimens, and names. If it's anything like the network of readers in Mendeley then we may face some challenges in community building around such a network.