An anonymous reader writes "Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat evaluated 134 articles in the Finnish-language version of Wikipedia with 96 experts, most of them professors and other academics. That is said to be the most extensive individual investigation on the trustworthiness of Wikipedia in the whole world.
According to results, Wikipedia is better than it’s reputation: seventy per cent of the articles got good points for accuracy. But in many ways the Finnish Wikipedia is also far from flawless.
Read the story in English (17 000 characters) here. You can also download the result dataset as an open data here.
The story also states that Finnish Wikipedia is largely written by only three hundred active writers, and could use some more."Link to Original Source