I think it would be advantageous for our members to collaborate in creating profiles for each type. Often, people have an idea of their temperament, but have little grasp on their actual type, for various reasons.
Let us draft profiles that are not generalisations--that is what all the other sites have done. You may read a description--knowing full well that you are that type based on your understanding of the cognitive processes--and disagree with much that is said, because they are applying behaviors and things that have very little to do with the functions themselves to the type.
Let us draft profiles that are based on fact and not guesswork.
Example: An INFP is such because they are dominant Fi, auxiliary Ne, etc. Describing how the INFP's Fi and Ne manifest is much more helpful to someone than telling them that INFP's are friendly, shy idealists.
Explaining expressly that extroversion is based on an orientation to perception and not on how gregarious you are is an example of something we need to find in an ENFP profile.
Why should we not seek this opportunity, as members of the biggest MBTI forum on the internet, to write original profiles together so that we can direct new and existing members who question their type or are interested in learning about other types to resources within our control?
Does anyone feel me on this?
Who would like to contribute their knowledge, experience, or--if nothing else--good vibes to this project?