[TriLUG] HTML in email
Wed, 16 Jan 2002 11:27:57 -0500 (EST)
I like to refer to section 3.12 of the linux-kernel FAQ for the final word
about posting HTML-encoded messages to listservs - just don't do it.
On Wed, 16 Jan 2002, Craig Duncan wrote:
> Do most people on the list have HTML email enabled or disabled by default. I
> set my email to use plain text and usually just delete any HTML email as it
> is too time consuming to decipher the contents.
> <html><div style='background-color:'><DIV>
> <DIV></DIV>>I'd like to ask that the steering committee
> <DIV></DIV>>filter on the mailing lists, or heavier moderation
> those who lack
> <DIV></DIV>>the fundamental vocabulary to express themselves
> use of
> <DIV></DIV>>profanity. I notice the folks crying for more
> here are the
> <DIV></DIV>>ones that have conducted their arguments in the
> professional manner.
> <DIV></DIV>>Between use of the F* word on this list, and now
> the three major
> <P>>monotheistic faith systems, I think it needs to be dealt with.
> <P>Okay--this is getting really stupid. Everyone here has a different
> about what is/is not profane. The bottom line appears to be 'the meetings are
> beneficial, but cool it with the peanut gallery comments.' Simple enough.
> <P> </P>
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