Wikipedia article's edit history
For completeness, I thought it would be appropriate to mention that much of the current content of this Tarotpedia article consists of migrated content from the copyright-free Wikipedia article Wikipedia:Tarot_of_Marseilles. That Wikipedia article was penned in July and August 2005 by Ihcoyc (who'll hopefully join Tarotpedia soon if not already) and me (Aquarius Rising), with subsequent helpful edits by other Wikipedians including helpful January 2006 Wikipedia contributions by jmd. Therefore, I don't have too much to add to this Tarotpedia article right now, but hopefully I will as time rolls along. --Aquarius Rising 15:58, 26 January 2006 (PST)
- Source acknowledgement has in fact been included, according to Wikipedia guidelines (hence without the details Aquarius Rising notes), within the article page as an invisible marker (using <!--invisible writing--> in the first line)
- When we started Tarotpedia, I recalled ihcoyc having mentioned his starting a Wikipedia page (which though I had looked at at the time, and though also wanting to make additions, had never done so).
- I thought it would form a wonderful start to Tarotpedia (this is one of its very first pages!), rather than essentially rewriting what is a somewhat similarly structured page with similar content. So I decided to edit a little on Wikipedia, and then, with Wikipedia copyright checked, move it here.
- I did think to alert ihcoyc about this (sent him a note a few days ago), but had not checked through the history to alert other contributers... a wonderful job as to what pages can begin to look like - so a welcome, and a thankyou for what remains unacknowledged individual input in this community encyclopedia!
- Jmd 16:34, 26 January 2006 (PST)
 sections requiring movement
Given the wonderful growth of Tarotpedia in less than a month, and re-looking at the Marseille Tarot page, it seems that some of it is not directly pertinent to the Marseille article specifically, but rather to Tarot History in general.
I'll read through the article again during the week, and move items to other places when feasible.
--Jmd 00:02, 10 February 2006 (PST)