Tincism

From Meta, a Wikimedia project coordination wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
<translate>

Community</translate>

<translate>

Anti-wiki</translate>

<translate>

Conflict-driven view</translate>

<translate>

False community</translate>

<translate>

Wikiculture</translate>

<translate>

Wikifaith</translate>

<translate>

The Wiki process</translate>

<translate>

Darwikinism</translate>

<translate>

Power structure</translate>

<translate>

Wikianarchism</translate>

<translate>

Wikibureaucracy</translate>

<translate>

Wikidemocratism</translate>

<translate>

WikiDemocracy</translate>

<translate>

Wikidespotism</translate>

<translate>

Wikifederalism</translate>

<translate>

Wikihierarchism</translate>

<translate>

Wikimeritocracy</translate>

<translate>

Wikimobocracy</translate>

<translate>

Wikindividualism</translate>

<translate>

Wikioligarchism</translate>

<translate>

Wikiplutocracy</translate>

<translate>

Wikirepublicanism</translate>

<translate>

Wikiscepticism</translate>

<translate>

Wikitechnocracy</translate>

<translate>

Collaboration</translate>

<translate>

Antifactionalism</translate>

<translate>

Factionalism</translate>

<translate>

Social</translate>

<translate>

Exopedianism</translate>

<translate>

Mesopedianism</translate>

<translate>

Metapedianism</translate>

<translate>

Overall content structure</translate>

<translate>

Categorism</translate>

<translate>

Structurism</translate>

<translate>

Encyclopedia standards</translate>

<translate>

Deletionism</translate>

<translate>

Delusionism</translate>

<translate>

Exclusionism</translate>

<translate>

Inclusionism</translate>

<translate>

Precisionism</translate>

<translate>

Notability</translate>

<translate>

Essentialism</translate>

<translate>

Incrementalism</translate>

<translate>

Article length</translate>

<translate>

Mergism</translate>

<translate>

Separatism</translate>

<translate>

Measuring accuracy</translate>

<translate>

Eventualism</translate>

<translate>

Immediatism</translate>

<translate>

Miscellaneous</translate>

<translate>

Antiovertranswikism</translate>

<translate>

Mediawikianism</translate>

<translate>

Post-Deletionism</translate>

<translate>

Transwikism</translate>

<translate>

Wikidynamism</translate>

<translate>

Wikisecessionism</translate>

<translate>

Redirectionism</translate>

Shortcut:
TINC

Tincisim is the unofficial name for belief in the theory that "There is No Cabal" (TINC) on the English Wikipedia. This has been an ongoing debate on Wikipedia and still is. This has also been dubbed as "The Great Cabal Debate". Opposing tincists are cabalists. They believe that play should be included along with the hard editing work they do.