JorjaPedia:Assume good faith
To assume good faith is a grounding principle on any website. By allowing any registered user to post comments, and select users to edit the wiki, it is assumed that most people are trying to help improve the site, rather than hurt it.
By taking for granted that any mistakes made are well-intentioned attempts to increase the information on JFO, then you must correct their mistakes without criticizing them. If you disagree with someone, you need to bear in mind that, most likely, they feel they are helping.
Be patient with newbies. They often come unaware of how the website works, and how the unique JFO culture presents itself. You didn't all wake up and know what a pink mohawk had to do with Jorja Fox, and yet many members will find the comment worthy of laughter. Be inclusive to new folk. Sometimes newcomers want JFO to be just like another fan site or wiki somewhere else, and you should encourage them to see how it's done here. Also, some newcomers are old hands at wikis and bring skills they feel should be respected. In both cases, these users are not malicious.
Intentions, Not Actions
Assuming good faith is about intentions, not actions. Everyone makes mistakes, and you should correct them if you can. You should not act like their mistake was deliberate.
There will always be people with whom you disagree. Even if they're wrong, that doesn't mean they're trying to wreck JFO. There will be some people with whom you find it hard to work. That doesn't mean they're trying to trash JFO either. It is never necessary that we attribute someone's actions to bad faith, even if bad faith seems obvious, as all our countermeasures (i.e. reverting, blocking) can be performed on the basis of behavior rather than intent.