so far, there have been three type lists for users on this forum.
one is mine, on the wiki, reflecting my opinion on everybody's type. the other two are self-reported typings.
the latter two, i think, for obvious reasons, are not very useful. mine is perhaps not useful, well, because i could be wrong.
it strikes me that, in constructing a list like this, the best approach would be to create a list on wikisocion open to the public for debate and discussion, a la wikiality. what type appears in the list should be determined by a clear consensus, not by arbitrary standards of one person. this means that if 4 people say lucaswinfield is LII and 3 say SEE, LII should not be the automatic winner; lucaswinfield should be reported as having a disputed type. however, if 6+ people say LII and 2 say SEE, the list would reflect this.
this list would not have to be static; as people change their minds on a person's type, they could easily change their votes.
this is essentially an idea similar to the socionics benchmark list that some users participated in earlier this summer, though not as formal or rigorous.
does this sound like a marketable idea worthwhile of people's time?