See the real web 3.0 for more detail on this living ontology pattern which deals only with how factions commit/command/control events. See idea/tendency/faction for how they form and faction/block/key for how they authorize access resources to carry out the order given for a role.
Unlike a tendency, a faction defines epistemic filters: who to listen to, who to avoid, in what terms to debate things (frames and political point of view) and what/how/much to do. It may define a system of rank and status. These in turn set organization protocols and define commit/command/control relationships. Within these:
- A role can only exist if a faction funds, supports and teaches it. The category:role explains various roles in the context of this wiki and ECG. Within these patterns of roles:
As it's a wiki best practice to support factions, certain mediawiki gronks such as the assumption that all users see themselves as one community must be fixed. A simple starting point is to separate portals, goals and establish that all users are trolls and that Crocker's Rules apply to all.