Csösz et al.s paper recently published paper "Taxonomic revision of the Palaearctic Tetramorium chefketi species complex (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)" in Zootaxa 1405 is a nice example, where all the names can easily be found and if not present, added to a Name Server, in this case the Hymenoptera Name Server.
Norm Johnson has created a set of online data entry tools which allows entering new citations and data from any remote place to anybody who has an interest to collaborate.
In the case of Csösz' paper, I am opening up the paper, just copy and paste the respective elements and it shows up in most cases immediately up and I can view the changes through antbase.org. The HNS has even the feature allowing to subsribe to an alert to become aware of such changes. This way, the system is kept up to date as much as possible, of course depending also, whether we are aware of the papers published around the world and in places one would not expect to find new descriptions.
The advantage of Zootaxa paper over Myremcological News is, that once a pdf is available (Myrmecological News provides open access, Zootaxa only on a pay per artcile base), one can easily copy and paste any text, which is not possible generally from Myrmecological News, with the exceptions, when they provide publications with taxonomic content to be included in antbase.org.