Difference between revisions of "Category talk:Creepies & Crawlies"

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You are right. Satiations category available on a page http://ringofbrodgar.com/wiki/FEP_Table
 
You are right. Satiations category available on a page http://ringofbrodgar.com/wiki/FEP_Table
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Yeah, if you check the food satiation page zadness links, almost all of the sat. categories are actually just regular item categories. none of the items within these categories explicitly represent food items with these satiations. As sat data is already queryable using the satN property i'm all for removing any categories created with satiations in mind.
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--[[User:Ricky|Ricky]] ([[User talk:Ricky|talk]]) 22:15, 25 June 2019 (EDT)

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Sat categories(?)

Currently I'm not sure if having additional separate Sat related categories like this one make sense or are that useful.
The Sat data is currently already stored in the Sat<N> Properties (Property:Sat1, Property:Sat2 and Property:Sat3).
(Just because Sat data is already stored as properties don't necessary exclude additional categories. It just makes additional categories a bit redundant from a pure data point of view.)
--.MvGulik. 02:02, 25 June 2019 (EDT)

You are right

You are right. Satiations category available on a page http://ringofbrodgar.com/wiki/FEP_Table

Also look bottom of page http://ringofbrodgar.com/wiki/Food_Satiations. It contain link to a sat category page. May be will better replace table of a links to a simple table or a list of sat with notice about a FEP table page?

--Zadness. 25 June 2019


Yeah, if you check the food satiation page zadness links, almost all of the sat. categories are actually just regular item categories. none of the items within these categories explicitly represent food items with these satiations. As sat data is already queryable using the satN property i'm all for removing any categories created with satiations in mind. --Ricky (talk) 22:15, 25 June 2019 (EDT)