Chugalug Digest, Vol 14, Issue 84

From: Mike Robinson 

> Can't they be attachments instead of inline?  As it is, we get one =
line of
> message and 30 lines of key.  Maybe not too bad on a PC screen, but an
> absolute PITA on a phone.  Add message quoting that quotes the other =
> key too and it becomes rediculous.

Can't we have a =3D=3Dforum=3D=3D here, like everyone else does, instead =
of a mailing list .. esp. one that is now full of encrypted messages?

I want to keep in touch with what's going on in Chatt but this is =
becoming a more-and-more unworkable way to do so.  What else can we do =

=============================================================== From: Jason Brown ------------------------------------------------------ For me the phrase "like everyone else does" is a hot button. It's a personality flaw, but it immediately puts me on the defensive. The other one is "But Google does it". To which I respond, "Fine, give me an army of developers and pay us like Google does". But, to answer your question. There are options on the mailing list website to tweak your delivery. It sounds like choosing the daily digest option might work well for you instead of getting each individual message. Personally, I am signed up with a special account, it all filters into it's own special place, and I read / lurk at my leisure, usually a couple of times a week. Jason Brown

=============================================================== From: William Roush ------------------------------------------------------ But where is my nerd cred if I don't use mailing lists for everything? William Roush

=============================================================== From: Dave Brockman ------------------------------------------------------ -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 In a word, No. Aside from my folly, I haven't seen anyone else post an encrypted message. (And if you'd been at Chugalunch last week, you'd know what it said). Everything else has been signatures, and well, I don't know what else to tell you besides deal with it. I don't want HTML cluttering up my list mail either, but I'm willing to not bitch about it if you agree to not bitch about my signatures. Because according to the RFCs, they are both correct and allowed, not matter how much I don't like one of them. Regards, dtb -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2.0.17 (MingW32) Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird - iQEcBAEBAgAGBQJSNyprAAoJEMP+wtEOVbcdkysIAKTNNhU0P2adeQUa2lAwxLdv u0CMd9g88CqNLXGq3xdvXtU+R3FiGKSos9+PSmKDh7O8PtA8Lu2E5F1t5H1JF6Fl hkM4crZOHPdUBbWnGKu757+MpMlUZ543+QPf4THwsjghjHDWxVe8XRS83yCm+Qrc ilgjWSvQ5e+/O39BwLKOqH4LJIkfaj6sfqSrV1lzDIFXh9M96FYYBmJVGLd6Ssnr 3mlF4Gw0oWiH7nYTVCSn7NXuwABdyBqE6IDHWhWM1D2gALgBaY0dWJ31hAoU1i60 tP+sNOaEhF76wsNWou9gxfHWdqbYVFyqr9CctgPoknZWvxB4mS5/uDx0Y8CShG0= =9Tn6 -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----