I was thinking about this, in how there might be a significant amount of type discrimination in the forum. Liking or disliking someone does not have to be dictated by their socionics type... It sounds ignorant to say that you don't like people of a certain type, considering how people of the same type can be considerably different. Granted, their communication style and IE preferences might still apply, but their way of "being" cannot be so broadly described using a negative stereotype. These stereotypes might be done out of frustration in arriving to a conclusion, considering the amount of information you need to actually establish a model that can apply to the majority of people is outside the capabilities of anybody here.
Consider these two sentences: I don't like black/asian/indian/white/etc because they smell bad, and I don't like *insert type* because they use *insert function* too much and me don't like. Saying these things promote negative stereotypes and prejudice, and I personally think is a very ignorant thing to say. This also applies to saying how wonderful a type is, since that is subjective as well, and it might be that they make you happy in some way that does not necessarily have to do with type.
I would like to present the probability of knowing someone from a type compared to the total number of people in the world who share the same type, if you haven't thought about this already:
-Estimated number of people you know of a type: let's say 30.
-Estimated total number of people in the world of a certain socionics type: assuming equal distribution... 375 million
-Fraction of people you know of a certain type compared to a rough population estimate of said type in the world: 30/375million = 0.00000008%
Are people here truly open to the possibility that they might know diddly-squat about a certain type? That's something to think about.