Is the constraint (and the warning) wrong or is it your statement?
I'm pretty sure this is the second. The ideal category should be
"Category:Cows in heraldry" not "Category:Heraldic figures" (which is
already use on https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q3744866
Le mer. 27 févr. 2019 à 19:02, Thad Guidry <thadguidry(a)gmail.com> a écrit :
When dealing with Wikipedia Categories and placing
statements about a
"topic's main category" P910
on a symbolic representation topic of "cow" here
A Potential Issue appeared today that puzzled me:
"Category:Heraldic figures" should also have the inverse statement
"category's main topic `cow`"
Category:Heraldic figures is much more about just "cow's". And so I
wouldn't want to say that the category's main topic is "cow" !
I would think that many categories "could" always be about many things,
and so this inverse property constraint on P910 seems overly protective *and
also seems to be encouraging users to add bad, erroneous information.*
So, I wonder if this constraint should be removed or special cased somehow
somewhere or at some level elsewhere?
See attached screenshot.
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