It would be excellent to have feature which directly sends reviews to ORCID records.
It would involve two functions:
Creating a grouping for the reviews: Describes what the review was for. It could be as specific (Geophysical Research Letters, University of Place Publishing) or non-specific (Earth Sciences Journal) as desired. Technically, it requires an access token created using ORCID member API credentials and creating a group identifier with optional description. (In most cases the identifier is the ISSN for the journal – probably the easier option to offer in OJS.)
Adding reviews to ORCID records: Describes the reviewer’s role and the review itself and requires a unique identifier for the review. Can be as specific or non-specific as desired. Technically, it requires an access token created by gaining a user’s permission, creating a unique identifier for the review, and storing information about the organisation convening the review (usually the publisher). (If the system is already collecting tokens, say, using the proposed contribution from @nweiher, then those tokens could be reused for this purpose.)
Examples of open reviews can be seen under F1000Prime on https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2070-5254 – not the DOI identifier for the review, and that it specifies the review subject (paper being reviewed).
Examples of closed reviews can be seen under Geophysical Research Letters on https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3994-6958 – note the source-work-id identifier for the review.
For more of what goes into a peer review item on ORCID, see #RecognizeReview with ORCID. We also have additional resources at our member support centre and GitHub. Or pepper me with questions – would love to help make this a reality!