for factionally-defined
Terms that should not be used (deprecated terms) are listed in term:namespace with instructions on what you must use instead. Also some terms appear both in main namespace with a correct definition with bad definitions listed in term:namespace.
A few factionally-defined terms, like term:intellectual property or term:troll, are deprecated by one faction and presented as operational by another faction. These belong in term namespace. See doctrine:faction for a general introduction to how factions develop terms, and doctrine:rent for a description of why they might.
 for term clash
This is a normative namespace since it controls what appears in the other namespaces. The tag:term should be used only to mark an inappropriate use in defiance of naming conventions - see verb/term/position. A term clash can be resolved by redirecting all competing terms to term:namespace until resolved, but different policies may apply in the interim depending on how frequently the term is used and by whom.
 term list
- term:go (don't use to mean verb:get, as sadly a lot of web services do)
- term:troll (use trolls instead, since there's no such thing as a single troll)
- term:URI axiom (try better URI axioms and use doctrine:domain instead)
- term:location (avoid bad spatial metaphor, use only as in age/sex/location)
- term:intellectual property (actually describes one model of human capital assets
- term:voice (many meanings)