The Oppositelock handbook has been updated, edited and revised. The current version is available here. This version is being preserved for reference purposes.
While we wait for the "official" rules of the OppositeLock Community to be finalized, I figured that it couldn't hurt to publish a semi-official guide that is for the general commenting community here.
With apologies and thanks to Slay Belle, the rules basically can be summed up thusly: