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2020-02-09 by: Joel
From: Joel 
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Microsoft only owns the code if you license it to them. Give it a free/open license, and you retain ownership while everyone benefits. That's the great thing about sharing tools!
-  Joel Swanson
Envoyée depuis mon mobile. / Sent from my phone.
Le 8 févr. 2020 10:35, Michael Harrison <mike.geeklabs@gmail.com> a écrit :Because Billy mentioned it and there is about 5" of snow in front of the house. Code gt shared to GitHub. (Does Microsoft own that code now? Laughing..)https://github.com/mikegeeklabs/meleeLaugh, cry, wonder, rage.. if you see really bad stupid stuff, email me directly. I'll try to fix it quickly before someone really breaks things. I expect some anarchy. :)On a side note, the website is up and seems to be posting some of the list to https://chugalug.org/g/articles . and updating/fixing that code slowly as well.

=============================================================== From: Joel Swanson ------------------------------------------------------ Hmm, not quite sure I understand why my previous email's base64 UTF8 encoding would have posed a problem. I sent it from a Lineage OS phone's default email client. But now I'm writing from Mutt on my Debian stable laptop. Do I understand it would help you test the chugalug list settings if I send another email from my Lineage phone's client? Joel

=============================================================== From: Joel Swanson ------------------------------------------------------ Hmm, not quite sure I understand why my previous email's base64 UTF8 encoding would have posed a problem. I sent it from a Lineage OS phone's default email client. But now I'm writing from Mutt on my Debian stable laptop. Do I understand it would help you test the chugalug list settings if I send another email from my Lineage phone's client? Joel

=============================================================== From: Joel Swanson ------------------------------------------------------ Hmm, not quite sure I understand why my previous email's base64 UTF8 encoding would have posed a problem. I sent it from a Lineage OS phone's default email client. But now I'm writing from Mutt on my Debian stable laptop. Do I understand it would help you test the chugalug list settings if I send another email from my Lineage phone's client? Joel

=============================================================== From: Joel Swanson ------------------------------------------------------ Hmm, not quite sure I understand why my previous email's base64 UTF8 encoding would have posed a problem. I sent it from a Lineage OS phone's default email client. But now I'm writing from Mutt on my Debian stable laptop. Do I understand it would help you test the chugalug list settings if I send another email from my Lineage phone's client? Joel

=============================================================== From: Joel Swanson ------------------------------------------------------ Hmm, not quite sure I understand why my previous email's base64 UTF8 encoding would have posed a problem. I sent it from a Lineage OS phone's default email client. But now I'm writing from Mutt on my Debian stable laptop. Do I understand it would help you test the chugalug list settings if I send another email from my Lineage phone's client? Joel

=============================================================== From: Joel Swanson ------------------------------------------------------ Hmm, not quite sure I understand why my previous email's base64 UTF8 encoding would have posed a problem. I sent it from a Lineage OS phone's default email client. But now I'm writing from Mutt on my Debian stable laptop. Do I understand it would help you test the chugalug list settings if I send another email from my Lineage phone's client? Joel

=============================================================== From: Joel Swanson ------------------------------------------------------ Hmm, not quite sure I understand why my previous email's base64 UTF8 encoding would have posed a problem. I sent it from a Lineage OS phone's default email client. But now I'm writing from Mutt on my Debian stable laptop. Do I understand it would help you test the chugalug list settings if I send another email from my Lineage phone's client? Joel

=============================================================== From: Joel Swanson ------------------------------------------------------ Hmm, not quite sure I understand why my previous email's base64 UTF8 encoding would have posed a problem. I sent it from a Lineage OS phone's default email client. But now I'm writing from Mutt on my Debian stable laptop. Do I understand it would help you test the chugalug list settings if I send another email from my Lineage phone's client? Joel

=============================================================== From: Joel Swanson ------------------------------------------------------ Hmm, not quite sure I understand why my previous email's base64 UTF8 encoding would have posed a problem. I sent it from a Lineage OS phone's default email client. But now I'm writing from Mutt on my Debian stable laptop. Do I understand it would help you test the chugalug list settings if I send another email from my Lineage phone's client? Joel

=============================================================== From: Joel Swanson ------------------------------------------------------ Hmm, not quite sure I understand why my previous email's base64 UTF8 encoding would have posed a problem. I sent it from a Lineage OS phone's default email client. But now I'm writing from Mutt on my Debian stable laptop. Do I understand it would help you test the chugalug list settings if I send another email from my Lineage phone's client? Joel

=============================================================== From: Joel Swanson ------------------------------------------------------ Hmm, not quite sure I understand why my previous email's base64 UTF8 encoding would have posed a problem. I sent it from a Lineage OS phone's default email client. But now I'm writing from Mutt on my Debian stable laptop. Do I understand it would help you test the chugalug list settings if I send another email from my Lineage phone's client? Joel

=============================================================== From: Joel Swanson ------------------------------------------------------ Hmm, not quite sure I understand why my previous email's base64 UTF8 encoding would have posed a problem. I sent it from a Lineage OS phone's default email client. But now I'm writing from Mutt on my Debian stable laptop. Do I understand it would help you test the chugalug list settings if I send another email from my Lineage phone's client? Joel

=============================================================== From: Joel Swanson ------------------------------------------------------ Hmm, not quite sure I understand why my previous email's base64 UTF8 encoding would have posed a problem. I sent it from a Lineage OS phone's default email client. But now I'm writing from Mutt on my Debian stable laptop. Do I understand it would help you test the chugalug list settings if I send another email from my Lineage phone's client? Joel

=============================================================== From: Michael Harrison ------------------------------------------------------ Yes please. I had base64 decoding turned off in the code, and that client on your Lineage phone did a very nice job of a fully Base64 encoded HTML email. I don't have anything I know of that does it that nicely. Sorry about the multiple duplicate posts, moving other domains and DNS cache and postfix configs were causing a loop... Of course, that only happens when you walk away from the systems... --Mike-- On Sat, Feb 8, 2020 at 5:30 PM Joel Swanson wrote: