Category talk:Turkey and coal

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Having more than 200 articles this category will not all fit on one page so is difficult to read.

As per I am thinking that

"an article should be categorised as low down in the category hierarchy as possible, without duplication in parent categories above it. In other words, a page or category should rarely be placed in both a category and a subcategory or parent category (supercategory) of that category ........... For example, the article "Paris" need only be placed in "Category:Cities in France", not in both "Category:Cities in France" and "Category:Populated places in France". Because the first category (cities) is in the second category (populated places), readers are already given the information that Paris is a populated place in France by it being a city in France."

So as there are already subcats for existing and proposed coal plants all the articles about plants can go just in those and then it will be easier to see what is left in the main cat, whereas now other articles are hidden away amongst the plants.

If there might be any problems with that please let me know.

Aaa (talk) 08:26, 31 October 2017 (EDT)