[Mailman-i18n] Subject lines in Archives
Wed, 03 Apr 2002 09:36:52 +0900
>>>>> "Martin" =3D=3D Martin v L=F6wis <email@example.com> wri=
Ben> Or we could give an option to replace text that could not be
Ben> converted to Unicode with a message, eh? What's the harm in
Ben> allowing both?
Martin> Who would be controlling this option, and how? If the list
Martin> admin: why is she in a better position to make a decision
Martin> than we are?
I think the list admin should have the right to decide if they do not
wish their customers' terminals to get messed up when browsing
illegally encoded text.
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