This page is Further Reading. The quick list of behaviours which will definitely get one’s comment (and perhaps one’s IP) plonked is in the Dodgy Shenanigans section.
Important Note: It is certainly possible for someone who does not mean to be a troll to nonetheless instigate a disruptive flamewar simply through refusing to learn about and/or abide by netiquette guidelines. If your behaviour cannot be distinguished from that of a disruptive troll, what does that tell you about the likelihood of your comments being productive?
The fine print on our comments policy is provided below: expanding on the terms used and the principles of unacceptable content outlined in the shorter Comments Policy guidelines for those with either a philosophical or antagonistic interest. This page may be useful for those who want a guide to implementing their own moderation guidelines, and especially for an introduction to advanced troll-spotting.
We aim to keep a comments-policy moderation-principles discussion thread open (comments close by default on all posts after 60 days). If there is not such a thread currently open for comments and you wish to engage in debate over our principles and philosophy above, then by all means request that we open a new comments-policy thread via commenting (abiding by the guidelines!) in the latest open thread.