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For general/other topics related to tea.


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by MEversbergII » Jul 30th, '13, 09:04

So, this wiki is for tea: www.wikicha.com

But it needs more attention. It's been around a while, and I'm beginning to think it's dead. Anyone know anything about it?

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Re: WikiCha

by Chip » Jul 30th, '13, 10:57

Yes, this was TeaChatter Brandon's brainchild and a bunch of members of TeaChat were also information contributors as well.

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Re: WikiCha

by MEversbergII » Jul 30th, '13, 11:30

I've considered porting and compiling information over, but wasn't sure if it was a futile effort due to lack of traffic. I'll message Brandon about it.

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Re: WikiCha

by brandon » Jul 30th, '13, 17:05

Even though I don't add to it, there is some good stuff there so I make sure it stays running.

http://www.wikicha.com/index.php/Camellia_Sinensis

I haven't seen this anywhere else, for example.

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Re: WikiCha

by David R. » Jul 31st, '13, 04:02

brandon wrote:I haven't seen this anywhere else, for example.


Neither have I seen this too ! :lol:

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Re: WikiCha

by MEversbergII » Jul 31st, '13, 09:44

The wikia network also has one at tea.wikia.com

Bit more complete overall; maybe we should merge our resources?

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Re: WikiCha

by brandon » Jul 31st, '13, 10:41

I am not interested in any kind of merge with that site, but if you would prefer to read or contribute there, by all means :)

You can also pay a small yearly membership to join a wiki at teageek.net.

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Re: WikiCha

by demonyc » Jan 10th, '15, 17:59

Looks like it's been taken over by a Japanese home loan company now? :shock:

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