Proposal 7941, "HTML Scrubbing", by Alexis. [1] It passed [2], and was
implemented. [3]

I seem to be digging through my proposal archives a lot lately. I
haven't published them, partly because the proposals aren't in a
structured format. Would it be helpful if I published the raw archive
somewhere? I probably wouldn't update it all that often, and I
wouldn't be able to guaranty accuracy, but at least the data would be
available for the historical record.


[1] It was part of that one 20+ plus item distribution.

On Wed, Mar 7, 2018 at 5:58 PM, Ned Strange <> wrote:
> *Is that so? I think I do remember that, actually.*
> On Thu, Mar 8, 2018 at 12:24 PM, Ørjan Johansen <> wrote:
>> On Wed, 7 Mar 2018, Gaelan Steele wrote:
>> Side note: would anybody be against my report being formatted as an HTML
>>> table, as long as I also provided a plain text version of the email (as a
>>> MIME alternative)? The rules require my report to be in plain text, but one
>>> could argue it doesn't prohibit the report from being in another format as
>>> well. I won't do it if people are against it, but I think it would help the
>>> people who view Agora in an email client with a fixed with font. (Side side
>>> note: if you have this problem or want more up-to-date information, use the
>>> online report!)
>> I don't think you can.  Some time last year (or was it the previous),
>> people got so fed up with messages looking extremely different for
>> different people that a proposal was voted through to ask the Distributor
>> to strip away HTML alternatives and auto-convert to plain text if there
>> wasn't any already.
>> Greetings,
>> Ørjan.
> --
> From V.J. Rada

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