The idea behind linkypedia is to help cultural heritage institutions that are putting content online to see how wikipedians are citing and annotating their stuff. Many libraries, museums and archives have embraced the new publishing medium of the Web by digitizing items and putting them online. Traditionally these items have been organized and annotated by catalogers, archivists and curators around the world.
linkypedia aims to help reveal and foster the connections between these digital curation communities. The idea being that if organizations can see how their web content is being used in Wikipedia, they will be encouraged and emboldened to do more. In addition linkypedia can also help cultural heritage institutions get involved in content creation on Wikipedia itself. Wikipedia encourages the participation of librarians, archivists and museum curators--and linkypedia can help those working at cultural heritage institutions get to work.
If you are interested in the technical details, linkypedia is a Python/Django application that uses the External Links Search built into Wikipedia to get a list of wikipedia pages and the relevant links. The project also uses the lovely Wikipedia API to fetch relevant details about the wikipedia page. The source code is available on GitHub.