Funny list of types of taxonomists. I particularly like this one, but they’re all good:
The Ontologist is to taxonomists what taxonomists are to normal, well-adjusted people. They operate in a murky, acronym-filled alternate universe of OWL, RDF, and SKOS. They are into edges and nodes and mutually exclusive classes. They seem on the same plane as taxonomists until they start talking SPARQL queries and traversing structures. They are the scientists of the taxonomy world, even if their world seems very different.