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Now THAT's a fast roast ;-)

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4 years 3 months ago #11180 by Frans Goddijn
Now THAT's a fast roast ;-) was created by Frans Goddijn
As I am preparing a presentation about coffee in Poland at the end of this month, I roasted a lot of beans to have enough stock to let people taste while I speak. But the Costa Rica beans that I roasted and tested after 10 days of rest were less appealing than the Uganda beans I'd just used all up so to be sure I can present the best I can, I immediately ordered 12 bags from Londinium, in time to let them rest and be optimal when I need them.

There's still about 14 days before I leave home so I had enough time waiting for the shipment.

Online, I could see that the beans, roasted two days ago on Monday afternoon, were picked up in New Zealand.

Very surprised to have the DHL delivery man ring at my door just now, Wednesday morning with the box of freshly roasted beans!


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4 years 3 months ago #11181 by Reiss Gunson
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i'm astounded quite frankly frans.

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4 years 3 months ago #11194 by Mark de Raad
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Not bad, not bad at all !!

Where in Poland, Frans?? I guess it is not Warsaw.... ,too bad :-(

Mark

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4 years 3 months ago - 4 years 3 months ago #11196 by Frans Goddijn
Replied by Frans Goddijn on topic Now THAT's a fast roast ;-)
www.gust.org.pl/bachotex/2016-en/

(sorry, URL won't work, unless you copy it and paste in the URL part of your browser)

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4 years 3 months ago - 4 years 3 months ago #11198 by Mark de Raad
Replied by Mark de Raad on topic Now THAT's a fast roast ;-)
Link doesn't work, but don't bother found it already.

Nice link between coffee and TeX typesetting method :-))
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4 years 3 months ago - 4 years 3 months ago #11201 by Frans Goddijn
Replied by Frans Goddijn on topic Now THAT's a fast roast ;-)
Strange, I can't get the link to work on the forum, whereas in my browser it works

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4 years 3 months ago #11203 by Mark de Raad
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Hmm, right you are...

browser opens https:

copy/past starts http:

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4 years 3 months ago #11204 by Trevor Watters
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Hi Frans,

Your link will probably work with "http" not "https". Initially my copy of your link did not work either but changing it to http worked fine.

Cheers
Trevor

LWDP #20, Londinium L1 Series 2, Compak E10 Conic OD, Londinium Tamper, Espro Toroid Stainless Steel Milk Jug 355ml, Acaia Coffee Scales, roasted coffee beans. All this for some happy times each day!

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4 years 3 months ago #11205 by Frans Goddijn
Replied by Frans Goddijn on topic Now THAT's a fast roast ;-)

Trevor Watters wrote: Your link will probably work with "http" not "https". Initially my copy of your link did not work either but changing it to http worked fine.


Thanks Trevor but did you test it by entering such an URL in a message?

I did have http:


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4 years 3 months ago - 4 years 3 months ago #11206 by Trevor Watters
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Hi Frans

There is a fault in the software. When you add a link via the editor, it defaults to https rather than http.

To prove this, hover over the original link and you will clearly see as per my screen shot that when a new tab is commenced, it uses https. See bottom left of the screenshot.

Cheers

Trevor

LWDP #20, Londinium L1 Series 2, Compak E10 Conic OD, Londinium Tamper, Espro Toroid Stainless Steel Milk Jug 355ml, Acaia Coffee Scales, roasted coffee beans. All this for some happy times each day!
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