The other is maybe putting a Roasting Styles Exploration sample kit up for pre-order. I figure I could do one version of that with roasted coffee and supporting information and another version that also includes some green coffee so home roasters can either try to replicate their favorite sample or hypothesize a different approach tailored to their preferences.
@cwebber I find that whenever I feel entangled in a web of architecture or code that I've woven myself, it's best to put down the keyboard, and go for a walk.
A shower can help, too.
Or preparing a snack. (If actually hungry, also eating the snack.)
You'd think that the fundamentals of software design were lofty and deep, but this is what I've learnt: walking helps to think, and a break helps too.
New decaf coffees are now available through the shop's web site. A couple days later than I hoped to get that up, but it's done now.
Author of Typica software for coffee roasters.
This is a place for Typica users to connect and chat, but toots need not be related to that program or coffee roasting.