was just reading about Mao Feng Keemun from TEA SPRING
but it was dated 2008
That’s just the last time a steepster user updated the tea’s page- anyone who has been a member for 30 days can edit it to make it more current. No one is tasked with maintaining the pages, it’s user driven, like a wiki.
The spring 2012 harvest information is here: http://www.teaspring.com/Keemun-Mao-Feng.asp
This is why I usually leave the harvest information out when adding teas. I know some people find that really useful, but it’s impossible to keep it up to date, and people might drink it from all sorts of harvests. (Some people also feel that each new harvest should have its own entry in the database. Personally I find that extremely confusing)
I am actually one of those who thinks that for some teas each harvest should have its own entry. Not every tea, but some definitely should. Especially dancongs as they are much different from harvest to harvest.
My God why are you all so easily in a attitude of defending.
The only thing i wanted to say is that the person who wrote the story and for some reason disappeared is not in focus any more.
So think Steepster should clean up those to old publishings every ???? year.And thanks Anyanka you are the only one with a good answer on the question and thanks for the link.
Oh my god how dare anyone turn this into a discussion on ways to make Steepster more user friendly!!!
I’d personally rather they be separated and have the date in the name, I know people have tried this but with no set way to go it just makes it confusing.
Maybe the best thing would be if there was a box for this info where applicable, like with the boxes for name and company? So that it was separated from the name and/or description, if you see what I mean. Of course it would have to be one that wasn’t required, because sometimes we don’t know. I think I’ll put this on the suggestions thread.