What is your general opinion on Wikipedia?

How often do you use it? do you use it for research? Do you or have you ever edited anything on Wikipedia? Do you find most of the info you read on it credible? Have you ever cited Wikipedia?

Overall what is your general opinion on it?
What is your general opinion on Wikipedia?
Here's the Wikipedia article on "citing Wikipedia"

We advise special caution when using Wikipedia as a source for research projects. Normal academic usage of Wikipedia and other encyclopedias is for getting the general facts of a problem and to gather keywords, references and bibliographical pointers, but not as a source in itself. Remember that Wikipedia is a wiki. Anyone in the world can edit an article, deleting accurate information or adding false information, which the reader may not recognize. Thus, you probably shouldn't be citing Wikipedia. This is good advice for all tertiary sources such as encyclopedias, which are designed to introduce readers to a topic, not to be the final point of reference. Wikipedia, like other encyclopedias, provides overviews of a topic and indicates sources of more extensive information. See researching with Wikipedia and academic use of Wikipedia for more information. ^^ Here's a video talking about the credibility of Wikipedia and how it might be one of our most credible sources we have at our disposal than people think
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