# Timeline

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- Greg Rundlett came to the following conclusion at the EMWCon in Houston:BlueSpice is really the best option out there - I think globally - for MediaWiki Enterprise, MediaWiki hosting and support.
Well. 6 grams of coffee per cup says the instructions. And the amount of powder increases linearly with the cups. By the way: If you squeeze out the last cup of coffee, you should cook a new one right away.

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The coffee has been a bit strong so far, could we do a test run with less coffee powder?

- Created one year and 2 months ago Nathan Dawson
The amount of powder does not increase linearly with the amount of water. See for example the article here: https://fellowproducts.com/blogs/learn/the-golden-ratio-for-brewing-coffee

- Created one year and 2 months ago Richard Heigl
Well. 6 grams of coffee per cup says the instructions. And the amount of powder increases linearly with the cups. By the way: If you squeeze out the last cup of coffee, you should cook a new one right away.

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## Nathan Dawson commented "Coffee too strong"

Created one year and 2 months ago Nathan DawsonThe amount of powder does not increase linearly with the amount of water. See for example the article here: https://fellowproducts.com/blogs/learn/the-golden-ratio-for-brewing-coffee