I think that link actually disproves the MBTI model more than socionics - but it could go against socionics as well.
Why? The basic claim in the MBTI is that (for example) INTPs are supposed to clash most with ESFPs
, as they are essentially conflictor types. However, in the above link, this is not what we are seeing. We are seeing something like "I am an INTP and I clash with INFJs" ad nauseum.
That would appear to be a very big problem for that model.
The problem for socionics as well is that the two theories are supposed to be correlated. Therefore, in the above link we should often see "I am INTP and I clash with ESFJs (OR ESFPs)", but we are not seeing that either.
And that was my point - there appears to be a clear flaw in the MBTI model and maybe socionics as well - only 'maybe' for socionics because the two systems are not the same.
That was what I was trying to say (which was not clear in any way...).