Your feedback is pretty interesting. The point about brand is important. I don't know if things need to be so either/or but your point is well taken that clarity of direction and priorities are important.Sounds like you're trying to be all things to all people.
Items 1, 4, and 6 seem at odds with 2, 3, and 5.
Items 1, 4, and 6 seem appropriate for a site that is social-media-oriented and craves a big membership; in that scheme of things, the subject of typology only gets specified as a loose theme and a way to draw people; once people are here, typology kind of goes by the wayside and pretty much any kind of posting is rewarded.
Meanwhile, items 2, 3, and 5 seem more oriented toward an actual typology-themed site, where there are incentives in place for posting on-theme and disincentives for posting material not related to typology.
My suggestion: Figure out what you want the board to be. Any sizable company in the business world creates a mission statement clarifying what its "main purpose" is. Anything that serves the main purpose is encouraged; anything that deviates from the main purpose is discouraged. The mission statement is made public, and it becomes like the constitution of a country; anyone criticizing or suggesting anything to do with the makeup of the message board has to justify their criticism or suggestion with reference to the mission statement.
*Without* a mission statement, you get things like Haight setting loose Hustler to chase away non-INTPs from INTP-C without anyone ever actually spelling out what policy was on non-INTPs. Or you get the college-girl-and-her-rape-whistle crowd spending an entire year spamming and banging the drum for feminist causes with the support of the admin staff at a website that ostensibly has little or nothing to do with social causes. Or you get a typology website where several of the top posters have no clue what their personality type is and/or post messages trying to debunk typology. Or you get a typology website where MBTI, enneagram, astrology, and tarot all seem to be regarded as equally valid in terms of personality typing systems. Frankly, these kinds of things are amateurish and disruptive.
I'm not saying to ban this or that poster. I'm just saying to define clearly which kinds of posts are most valuable to the administration of the board, and set up appropriate incentives and disincentives to make the message clear. For example: Posting a message on social/religious/political matters gets you one point toward post count; posting a message on MBTI matters gets you two points. Posting on cognitive functions gets you three points.
Anyway, my advice: Hire a business consultant to take a look at the website for a week or two and made recommendations on a mission statement and a proper "brand" for the website, as well as some simple policies to reinforce that "brand." (And no, I'm not a business consultant or offering my services, nor am I interested in serving on any committees.)
But first, madmin staff should sit down and try to arrive at some consensus as to whether this is primarily a typology site or primarily a social media site, in order to give the business consultant a heads-up on which way to go with his/her recommendations. Because frankly I don't think the madmins currently have a consensus on that. For starters, you could prioritize that 6-item list in the OP according to importance; that would help indicate the website's priorities.
We still need volunteers.