In light of recent discussions raising questions about citation and credit-giving practices in academic philosophy, I have tentatively launched a new blog, "The Campaign for Better Citation and Credit-Giving Practices in Philosophy", to serve as a forum to share and address systematic problems in these areas.
As the blog's Mission Statement makes clear, the blog will NOT function as a forum to post any accusations against particular authors, articles, etc (such things will not be permitted). Instead, the blog is a place where individuals can submit posts arguing that particular works/authors have be under-cited/under-recognized in a given body of literature as a whole. In other words, the blog aims to merely serve as a forum to rectify cases of systematic omission--a forum for people to argue that specific works that (1) contributed substantially to some debate in philosophy, have (2) for some reason or another, not received due citation or credit in that literature as a whole.
I believe that this is a worthy endeavor worth attempting, and have begun the new blog as a tentative attempt to do it in a positive (rather than accusatory) way. Philosophers who have not received due credit for their contributions should receive such credit, and I hope the new blog can provide a positive forum for helping to accomplish that.