Creating an Initiative wish list item to brainstorm what this might look like.
Since Cred Historians and Curators spend a lot of time updating Wikis, we should track Wiki updates. This is useful for Initiatives, documentation and user guides, and really any information that is created and maintained by the community.
The tricky part here is how do you value wiki updates? Often the first draft of wikis is just a sketch and what makes them valuable is the iterative updates that occur over time. With those updates, however, fixing a typo is very different from updating documentation or adding a reference to an initiative. Since a wiki is a set of data and modifying a wiki updates that data. This is somewhat similar to a pull request where you contribute additional data or a change to a dataset. Discourse tracks the history of a wiki over time, and GitHub tracks the history of a repo over time. Perhaps the mechanics of tracking wiki updates might be similar to tracking the value of PRs? This way editing a typo would be weighted very differently than adding an important reference or something.