If you take my experience of Wikipedia, I would recommend that you consider using a Google Knol rather than Wikipedia.
Anything you put up in Wikipedia is potentially subject to the inconsistent whims and editorial control of a bunch of faceless, self-appointed "editors" whose expertise and qualifications are unknown and and thus of dubious credibility. This means that when they do make an editorial change, it could be (often is) wrong, as they are not necessarily qualified to judge correct material on any/all subjects.
I say this after the experience of putting quite a lot of effort into building, maintaining and contributing to several Wikipedia entries on different topics. After the experience of some separate moronic pieces of ignorant POV edits and sheer vandalism and/or spamming of some of the entries, I decided to migrate the most important entries to Google Knols and sadly abandoned the hopeless chore of trying to maintain the Wikipedia entries in a correct and pristine state. Knols are under your control and that of other authors to whom you give editorial read/write access. To date I have created 8 Knols, one of which won some kind of award (it was on Nolan's Model).
That is why I would recommend that you consider using a Google Knol rather than Wikipedia.