Wikifaith

Community
Anti-wiki
Conflict-driven view
False community
Wikiculture
Wikifaith
The Wiki process
Darwikinism
Power structure
Wikianarchism
Wikibureaucracy
Wikidemocratism
WikiDemocracy
Wikidespotism
Wikifederalism
Wikihierarchism
Wikimeritocracy
Wikimobocracy
Wikindividualism
Wikioligarchism
Wikiplutocracy
Wikirepublicanism
Wikiscepticism
Wikitechnocracy
Collaboration
Antifactionalism
Factionalism
Social
Exopedianism
Mesopedianism
Metapedianism
Overall content structure
Transclusionism
Antitransclusionism
Categorism
Structurism
Encyclopedia standards
Deletionism
Delusionism
Exclusionism
Inclusionism
Precisionism
Notability
Essentialism
Incrementalism
Article length
Mergism
Separatism
Measuring accuracy
Eventualism
Immediatism
Miscellaneous
Antiovertranswikism
Mediawikianism
Post-Deletionism
Transwikism
Wikidynamism
Wikisecessionism
Redirectionism

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Wikifaith is a faith in the wiki model of Web development—itself simply a technology based on a faith and trust in the positive balance of human nature. Those who tend to be exclusionist and demand hard controls and limits to wiki do so because their wikifaith is weak, or they are in fact unbelievers in wiki—a paradoxical contradiction considering that many such people are active Wikipedians.

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