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Old 07-09-2012, 11:09 AM
Alexander Skwar
Default GPG and other forms of multipart e-mails (was: Did Ubuntu made bet on a dead horse? I wonder...)


On Mon, Jul 9, 2012 at 1:00 PM, Mika Suomalainen
<mika.henrik.mainio@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hash: SHA1
> 09.07.2012 12:57, Tom H kirjoitti:
>>> You know, that sounds "somewhat" funny, from someone who doesn't
>>> trim quotes and has a GPG signature, which is longer than the
>>> text it accompanies… For me, this GPG stuff is more annoying than
>>> HTML.
> Could you tell me what I should have trimmed? I sometimes don't know
> whether I should or shouldn't include something in quotes.

Well, in the post which I responded to, there was *A* _*LOT*_
of quoted text. Some could have been snipped. It's up to you,
to decide what should've been thrown away.

> This mailing list doesn't even give any options how PGP signature can
> be included, see bug #996581 at Launchpad. INLINE works for me, so I
> use it like I have told in one gpg comment. About that GPG comment, I
> will continue following what I have told in it and not replying to
> anything related to it.

Fine. Then please, could you also refrain from complaining about
HTML? It's no more annoying than what you do.

> I cannot affect what other people see or don't see as annoying.

True. But you do know (at least starting from now on), that
some people find GPG annoying. And, as a user who signs
mails, I assume that you haven't heard that for the 1st time…

> Will someone now complain about hijacking thread? If yes, please fix
> the subject line by yourself, because I don't know what I should put
> in it.

[x] Done

> - --
> Mika Suomalainen
> gpg --keyserver pool.sks-keyservers.net --recv-keys 4DB53CFE82A46728
> Key fingerprint = 24BC 1573 B8EE D666 D10A AA65 4DB5 3CFE 82A4 6728
> http://mkaysi.github.com/
> Version: GnuPG v2.0.17 (GNU/Linux)
> Comment: Homepage: http://mkaysi.github.com/
> Comment: gpg --keyserver pool.sks-keyservers.net --recv-keys 82A46728
> Comment: Public key: http://mkaysi.github.com/PGP/key.txt
> Comment: Fingerprint = 24BC 1573 B8EE D666 D10A AA65 4DB5 3CFE 82A4 6728
> Comment: Why do I (clear)sign emails? http://git.io/6FLzWg
> Comment: Please send plaintext instead of HTML. http://git.io/TAc0cg
> Comment: Please don't toppost. http://git.io/7-VB3g
> Comment: Please remove PGP lines in replies. http://git.io/nvHrDg
> Comment: Charset of this message should be UTF-8.
> Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org/
> iQIcBAEBAgAGBQJP+rnUAAoJEE21PP6CpGco/l0P/j1R28vfiIIu5Ma7/v82PxWl
> +CbWXo9URyv8dYbRP8wg/HjQB0Equ67LcS5YCQ/uAGuqd6XOKbAk6gpGxT0xH7YM
> vhmkzb53uDT3uVJ7vXeoF+qEQP/JFSs5TBzh2yHj4F/s2eB8MheEXw4oMTp05ofv
> Vlnf/GFIKJKJ9pNobHpGtdh9rB6FmDl9/9366yoWmcwoS03/3NQHwf96qqYQ2RTB
> aVKW0pxfEPVkvBOiTDd6iQFIyehPNv70xXHLGE5rH4QXRpbJxa D2fNR1Z+5+UFub
> DE0q5yovoLhUKyLbmqbMjAnVPSYb32c84L+2qQszdQKidSILMq YJIMJA3kqonZIc
> VKi/K8nlwFHzswVGHoVBHL+whlIIMlNMy/OOjTu8BcpNkdRwf/CUOSpOdhQD9/1C
> qGUJob14ZmBhVqK/yvI7IxgVBbbsTxbA71aUzqRva+K5SiFKU0cxSDlIhKbb/h80
> Fkak0BqDQVD8+4g5+T8O1AtfqkOXV2kY94yDAuP6vLc5tGaZWg sMWV68jGuVo5JZ
> PtD1Dc258jKdDPM2tvpIWsgH+MPYRSRskRBxAUmVi4uPbe9OnG q4QVLYDGyKBjiX
> vZSDY1gLufryNvG1+jwCf1sISX+YYYphph5fl5o54McPBL+02N UFErJJrCmb6xrF
> 23T3S9+ouG1kE0LuQVl+
> =fZ6m

*VERY* *VERY* long. Especially those 10 lines of comments annoy.

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