Re: Boulder Pledge
>>"Alex" == Alexander Hvostov <email@example.com> writes:
> MIME is standard, and HTML is a standard (specified as an RFC and in W3C
> Recommendations) with a registered MIME type ('text/html'). How much
> more standard can you get?
You don't get it. OK. XSLT, coff, and elf formats are also
standards. There a re a large number of thinbgs that can be
encapsulated as MIME, in cluding sheel sciprts, and perl programs.
You think that means I can send a perl script that ultimately
sends UTF-8 to the parrallel port as a valid email message?
MIME used to send attached files is not the same as
non-external-file contents of a message.
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