I added a new section to the FAQ/guidelines (linked near the bottom of the site menu, which is on the top right and looks like 3 horizontal lines):
The purpose of the Critical Fallibilism (CF) forum is to discuss and apply CF. You can comment on, learn about or debate CF philosophy. You can also apply CF ideas to other topics or use CF methods (such as idea trees, IGCs, textual analysis, and CF-compatible critical thinking).
If you aren’t directly discussing philosophy, you should connect your topic to CF and explain your goal(s). E.g. you might debate a scientific issue and use a discussion tree while referring to CF material on how to use discussion trees. Or you might use decisive criticism to analyze history and discuss CF ideas about which criticisms are decisive and why.
Elliot Temple also shares things he’s interested in, which helps people see how the CF perspective applies to the world.
I’ve made minor edits elsewhere.
People here need to engage with CF in some way, not ignore it.
Questions/clarifications/comments are welcome.