Random Musings of a Coffee Technologist
The person working the bar with me today had some extra milk. It looked good so I decided to get in a little milk doodle practice.

The person working the bar with me today had some extra milk. It looked good so I decided to get in a little milk doodle practice.

Photo info:
Camera: LG Electronics LGP505
 — Focal Length: 4mm
r3peating-apologies:

lenofi:

this is where i’d keep my scratching post…IF I HAD ONE

THE COMMENT IS PERFECT AND I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING OHMYGOD.

r3peating-apologies:

lenofi:

this is where i’d keep my scratching post…IF I HAD ONE

THE COMMENT IS PERFECT AND I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING OHMYGOD.

Hello. I am considerimg using typica for my Probat L12. In addition to bean and air temp I would like to log natural gas flow rate. Can I use the recommended data logger for this? USB-9211A
Anonymous

The 9211 only has thermocouple inputs so what you’re proposing is not a viable option. You would need to either add another data acquisition device to handle either the gas data series or a proxy such as electronic fuel control setting (recommended) or replace the 9211 with a mix of hardware capable of working with both (not recommended because with currently supported hardware you’ll lose precision on the thermocouple channels). Probably the best approach would be to stall on logging gas (or if the changes are not too frequent logging that manually as annotations) until planned updates to Modbus RTU support are done, then you could upgrade your manometer to something that speaks Modbus and add that to your roaster configuration if you still think that would be useful for you.

An odd combination of French and English.

An odd combination of French and English.

Photo info:
Camera: Canon VIXIA HF G20
Aperture: f/2.2  — Exposure: 1/120th  — Focal Length: 28mm

The roasting tent at the 14th Annual Roasters Guild Retreat. We had 18 machines available to work with this year.

Photo info:
Camera: LG Electronics LGP505
 — Focal Length: 4mm

sylveonslove:

shinypokemonlab:

geek-studio:

If Pokemon Was Made for iPhone [X]

This is a goddamn nightmare.

Hey look I found Hell

Considering moving all Typica related blogging and possibly most of the project web site over to GitHub pages coincident with the 2.0 release some time next year if not sooner. Pretty much everything other than the pre-built binary downloads can be moved there, I think, with less effort on my part than the current way the project site is maintained, which hopefully will translate to more frequent updates. Have a local Jekyll install now to explore that possibility.