This article is a modified version of one that was deleted from Wikipedia. This is fair use and in the public domain as long as attribution is given. That attribution has been given here. Click here to view archived Wikipedia article Michigun (talk) 21:06, 6 March 2019 (CST)
- It's not public domain, unfortunately, it's authorized under specific terms. And thanks to it being deleted, a good faith effort to adhere to all of them is going to be a pain.
- 1: Applying the licence tag. This is the easy part and I just did it.
- 2: Applying the full revision history. This is a problem, and I've never found anyone on the Wikipedia end willingm to share this with us even though they can at least theoretically do so. I'm going to try to add this to my to-do list to do what I can, which is the same situation that the Carol Moore articles is in. -- Strangelv (talk) 17:37, 13 March 2019 (CDT)
- It seems like they would be rejecting any claim to it by deleting it and all edit history. Perhaps someone at Deletionpedia.org would be more helpful since reposting deleted Wikipedia articles is what they do.
- They have the Gregory Creswell article here but no original edit history.
- A partial edit history is archived here. This can be expanded by creating a link to each revision available at archive.org. For example:
- This makes 13 revisions of the article available over a span of 19 years. WebCite also has an archived version here, so if you include this, then I don't see how any person can deny that you made a good faith effort to provide the edit history.--Michigun (talk) 13:14, 11 April 2019 (CDT)
Another angle on the edit history is that the page exists on Wikipedia with a modified edit history. Since this is the complete edit history they provide it satisfies the requirement.--Michigun (talk) 13:39, 11 April 2019 (CDT)
Hi, I left some notes on User talk:Michigun when you get a chance. Also can you please sign your post above and all talk pages with four tildes. It will give you a time stamp and signature like you see here > CarynAnnHarlos (talk) 04:52, 6 March 2019 (CST)