Talk:Assume good faith
I really need to flush out my thinking on this been talking to Sean about it a couple of times. Here it is, I don't think we need much of a project namespace here at WikiIndex. When someone is hitting random page on WikiIndex, the index of wiki, wiki people and wiki ideas, I want them to find assume good faith - it is a core value of wiki. ~~ MarkDilley
Assuming bad knowledge?
The article is written in the assumption that the other one is incompetent and has therefore made a mistake even though in GoodFaith. I personally prefer knowledge rather than faith. And this style of 'AssumingGoodFaith after assuming to be right' fights faith with faith. I suggest to assume that one of both people has misunderstood something and one kan not know who it was or maybe both or maybe none, before they talked about it. So, AssumingGoodFaith should incorporate the AssumingThatICouldBeWrongAsWellBecausNobodyIsPerfect. Because, if I revert in the assumption of good faith, in the assumption that I know better, in the assumption the other did not know what he/she/it/them did, in the assumption that I do not need to ask, than it could be very well, that the other is quite convinced of his/her.... edit, got backup for it and now assumes me to troll him. With certain reason! Manorainjan (talk) 23:08, 24 September 2014 (UTC)