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Topic: Posting time?? [Was Re: Yama 5 or 8 cup model?] (3 msgs / 144 lines)
1) From: Richard Webber
What's the deal with posting to this list? I find that my posts take hours to show up where posts from others show up immediately. This attached email was sent at 3.50pm PDT yesterday and still hasn't shown up.
Are some people's posts moderated and others not? Is there a certain number of posts one has to reach to become unmoderated?
I really like this list and would really like to participate more - but with such a big delay in posting it's very hard to feel "part of the conversation". By the time my post shows up the topic has often "gone cold".
My frustration level is to the point of wanting to unsubscribe from the list - it's not much fun feeling like a second class citizen.
Richard
From: Richard Webber 
To: homeroast
Sent: Friday, March 20, 2009 3:50:02 PM
Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Yama 5 or 8 cup model?
Good point on the water left in the bottom. Does anyone know how much more is left in the 8 cup model than in the 5 cup model? If it's not significantly different then this wouldn't be a reason to go for the smaller size for smaller batches. If it is more then it could be a key criterion for my decision.
Thanks
Richard
From: Seth Grandeau 
To: homeroast
Sent: Friday, March 20, 2009 2:33:21 PM
Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Yama 5 or 8 cup model?
vac pots always leave a little water in the bottom globe.  If you doing
anything less than a full load, you're more likely to find the taste watered
down.  Yama's "cups" are 4 oz, I believe.  I have the 8-cupper and I
generally get 4 normal size mugs of coffee out of it.
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2) From: Justin Schwarz
me too, I posted one last night around 11pm and it didn't reach the  
list until today at 2, I never had this happen on the old server.
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3) From: Andy Thomas
I may be wrong, but as far as I know SM does not selectively moderate this =
list. I'm also pretty sure there are no second class citizens here. So, it =
must be a technical issue. =
From: Richard Webber 
To: homeroast
Sent: Saturday, March 21, 2009 1:56:29 PM
Subject: [Homeroast] Posting time?? [Was Re: Yama 5 or 8 cup model?]
What's the deal with posting to this list? I find that my posts take hours =
to show up where posts from others show up immediately. This attached email=
 was sent at 3.50pm PDT yesterday and still hasn't shown up.
Are some people's posts moderated and others not? Is there a certain number=
 of posts one has to reach to become unmoderated?
I really like this list and would really like to participate more - but wit=
h such a big delay in posting it's very hard to feel "part of the conversat=
ion". By the time my post shows up the topic has often "gone cold".
My frustration level is to the point of wanting to unsubscribe from the lis=
t - it's not much fun feeling like a second class citizen.
Richard
From: Richard Webber 
To: homeroast
Sent: Friday, March 20, 2009 3:50:02 PM
Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Yama 5 or 8 cup model?
Good point on the water left in the bottom. Does anyone know how much more =
is left in the 8 cup model than in the 5 cup model? If it's not significant=
ly different then this wouldn't be a reason to go for the smaller size for =
smaller batches. If it is more then it could be a key criterion for my deci=
sion.
Thanks
Richard
From: Seth Grandeau 
To: homeroast
Sent: Friday, March 20, 2009 2:33:21 PM
Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Yama 5 or 8 cup model?
vac pots always leave a little water in the bottom globe.  If you doing
anything less than a full load, you're more likely to find the taste watered
down.  Yama's "cups" are 4 oz, I believe.  I have the 8-cupper and I
generally get 4 normal size mugs of coffee out of it.
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