I agree that wouldn't work, but that's not how I see this being useful. For problematic posters (though not the trolls) we can now link to the list and point out a numbered item that they might consider working on. For example, instead of just saying "Stop strawmanning me!" we can link to #4 as a positive suggestion complete with reasons why adopting it could produce better results for that poster. Instead of a negative reprimand, we can link straight to a positive suggestion with reasoned support. I certainly don't expect anybody to retain the full list in their minds as they post.@Nouveau,
As much as I like this thread, I think your compilation runs afoul of what Ayn Rand called the "crow epistemology" and psychologists later came to refer to as Miller's law. A human mind can only hold a handful of units in conscious focus at one time - for an average person, that limit might be seven or eight, and for a genius it might be ten or maybe a little higher. Beyond that limit, stuff drops out of awareness.
A list of 16 points is undoubtedly impossible for anyone to retain and use without some substantial integration and simplification. If our goal is to help people have more productive discussions here, I do not think this is ideal.