Erik Volz, Katia Koelle and I just had a paper published in PLoS Computational Biology reviewing methods and applications in viral phylodynamics. This was part of PLoS Comp Biol's push for Topics Pages. These are reviews that get a full PLoS Comp Biol citation, but conform to Wikipedia format and standards with ample links to other Wiki pages, and at publication, they seed a new Wikipedia page. The idea here is to give a CV incentive for researchers to contribute to Wikipedia, which would normally be seen as a time sink. Plus this strategy gives the added benefit of increased exposure, as Wikipedia is often the first place people look when encountering a new subject.

The PLoS Comp Biol version is set in stone, while the Wikipedia version is free to keep evolving as the field progresses, which feels quite comforting actually.