Citing it at the end is probably best. You have to make sure it's actually ok to copy that content though -- some places might let you with proper attribution, and others might not let you at all. The Arch Wiki is licensed under GNU FDL, which is probably problematic since it requires that all copies also be FDL, and our content is cc-wiki.
Furthermore, you want to make sure the content is actually relevant. This post from the main meta covers it well:
The only problem I see is having too much irrelevant information posted from a copy-paste. The entire Wikipedia article should not be included; the main facts should be summarized briefly.
We don't need the complete history of Arch Linux here; their wiki already covers it. The purpose of tag wikis is to give a general explanation of the topic, to help users know what that tag covers and whether or not to use it on their post. Stuff like this isn't particularly helpful:
Arch Linux is a versatile, and simple distribution designed to fit the needs of the competent Linux user. It is both powerful and easy to manage, making it an ideal distro for servers and workstations. Take it in any direction you like. If you share this vision of what a GNU/Linux distribution should be, then you are welcomed and encouraged to use it freely, get involved, and contribute to the community. Welcome to Arch!
It's very "Go team!", but not particularly useful for someone trying to tag their post