Hmmm.  We don't fit the model very well, but I tried anyway.  Kinda got
stuck on the part, which requires we

b) Set up a continuous process ("Indexing") that detects new articles of
> the Journal in no more than 7 days after their publication on the Website.
> c) Add past articles to the Index upon Inclusion and set up a process for
> adding new articles immediately after they are detected by the Indexing
> process. For each of the articles being added, set up an article profile
> page on Paperity website (the "Article Page"), where metadata and the
> contents of the article are displayed, possibly accompanied - at
> Administrator's discretion - by additional information, including but not
> limited to: a list of related reading, user comments, ratings,
> advertisements etc.

among other things.

Kind of wondering what the benefit would be to adding that to the
publishing workload.  Then I noticed:

Paperity partners with *EBSCO Information Services* and *Altmetric* to
> improve discoverability of journals and help them demonstrate their impact.

The Journal is already indexed by EBSCO, so what's the added value here?


Carol Bean
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On Sun, Nov 15, 2015 at 5:31 PM, William Denton <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Perhaps someone who's got a real current connection to Code4Lib Journal
> (Carol Bean as last editor, maybe?) could get it indexed in Paperity?
> Worth a shot.
> There a journal processing charge, but you can ask to get it waived.
> I don't know what to make of the "I confirm that I am a lawful
> representative of the journal and I have full legal capacity to apply for
> its inclusion in Paperity" line, but heck, just click it.
> Bill
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