[techtalk] html editors

Jeff phaedrus at thereactor.cleptoscastle.com
Wed Mar 22 12:28:46 EST 2000

On Wed, Mar 22, 2000 at 08:38:30AM -0500, Julia Frizzell wrote:
> At 11:44 PM -0800 3/21/00, Jeff wrote:
> >On Wed, Mar 22, 2000 at 03:27:12PM +0800, dez wrote:
> > > thanx ..jeff......BTW all yours are cpoming thru as an attachment  which i
> > > thought was odd...
> >
> >Yeah, mine does that on purpose, except it isn't html; it is a PGP
> >signature.
> yes, however, ANY attachment is bad form on a mailing list. I REALLY 
> don't like having my attachments folder fill up with Untitled, 
> Untitled 1, Untitled 2, etc.
> Please, remove the signature.

Um, no.  I use it to identify myself in my email.  I personally believe
that we all should be using encryption in email, so we can have some
form of authentication.  You can get PGPi or GPG (which I will be
switching to in the next couple of weeks) for free -- PGPi for personal
use, GPG is GPL'd.  

As Rik put it, get a less braindead mail client.  I have actually never
seen a setup where the attachments all get dumped in their own folder.
What are you using?

Version: 3.12
GCS/M/>P d-(pu) s+:- a17>? C++(++++) L+++ UL++++@>$ P+ E--- W++@ N+ o? K++ w--- O? M V- PS+ PE(--)@ Y+@ PGP++ t+ 5 X++@ R++@ !tv@ b++ DI++++ D- G e- h! r% y?

My Public Key -- 
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