New troll point of view
Supporting or at least tolerating this is a wiki best practice. This view is also called insolent or insolence. Open avowal of this POV is rare, probably due to reactions from sysop vandal point of view. However the term sysop vandalism demonstrates more adoption of NPOV.
The New troll point of view (NPOV) is average or neutral point of view for new users - new trolls - arriving at a large public wiki. Its acronym purposely drops the 'T' and pronunciation of the entire phrase should be exactly like "neutral...". This is appropriate as new trolls are neutral in factional battles that existed prior to their arrival.
Since the demographic or psychographic of new users inevitably varies to some degree from existing users, there is tension between neutral point of view and the view of the new trolls. Those who like to deny that can simply say the phrase fast and pretend that "neutral" and "new troll" are the same thing and can be evaluated the same way. But in writing one is required to distinguish...
The opposite of NPOV is sysop vandal point of view, which denies a new troll power, until it has joined and obeyed a command hierarchy of sysops themselves. Conflict between these POV creates troll-sysop struggle.
Both the conflict between sysops and trolls, and the conflict between new trolls and old trolls, are examples of dialectic - finding tensions and contrasts as a way to focus on what is important, or at issue, between two groups. In this case, the existing or established or empowered incumbent users, and the new users who the incumbents call trolls: those who most strongly challenge status quo views, e.g. "the opposition" in democratic terms. Over time, sysops and old trolls become the same in their resistance. This is demonstrated by Liness' Law. Some synergetics can develop with the three factions taking some positions in common to oppose the third.