On Tue, Jan 22, 2019, at 22:49, Ludovic Chabant wrote: > As for the conclusion, I don't think there's any, as I don't think this > policy on the sr.ht mailing lists is going to change. At this point I'm > more interested in tips to solve/work around the consequences: The policy for sr.ht lists doesn't have to change, but other people purchasing this software may want to host their own lists, and not have the same policy. Having support for their lists to be read on mobile devices would be nice. —Sam
W dniu 23.01.2019 o 18:26, Sam Whited pisze: > The policy for sr.ht lists doesn't have to change, Unless you also want the web UI to reflow the format=flowed text.
On Wed, Jan 23, 2019, at 20:14, Wolf480pl wrote: > Unless you also want the web UI to reflow the format=flowed text. Fair; I just meant to suggest that there is still value in supporting these sorts of features even if sr.ht itself doesn't want them to be allowed. My own lists would make heavy use of this since I mostly use clients that don't do wrapping and there's not much I can do about that. —Sam -- Sam Whited email@example.com