Not long ago, it has been pointed out to me that while RPG theory about different archetypes of players is relatively well-known, people are generally less aware of what sorts of GMs are out there. So I posted a question, which, in retrospect, was too shoppy. I brought it up in chat and was offered some advice on how to improve it, so I made an edit.
However, I'm not very confident in the edit being sufficient, and have also been given the advice to start a workshopping meta on the matter. So this is the meta in question.
I would like to start acquainting myself with the differences in styles/archetypes/etc. of GMing. I'm not sure how to begin. For learning about the styles/types/etc. of playing, I've found Robin's Laws of Good GMing to be a helpful guide that made me see distinctions between players that have previously been conflated by me, and the new insights have been useful. For the same insight into GMing, I don't know how to start; I am hoping to see focused, constructive, coherent expert advice rather than directionless sharing of anecdotes that cannot be analysed, so I think the RPG stack was a good place to look for such knowledge. How should I approach my search for such knowledge?
Necessary Disclaimer: Obviously all categorisations of fuzzy phenomena are approximations, and I know they're imperfect and that GMs don't neatly fit into one to the exclusion of every other (just as in the case with players). I'm not disputing those limitations, but I found the similar categorisation of players useful despite those limitation. So hopefully it's possible to acknowledge those limitations and move on to the useful part.