* Magnus Hagander (mag...@hagander.net) wrote: > On Nov 19, 2016 15:33, "Andrew Dunstan" <and...@dunslane.net> wrote: > > I can think of at least one scenario where you might not easily have > access to any invented ID - you're the author and you have mailing list > me-too turned off, so you don't have anything that the mailing list has > inserted. I honestly think we should just stick with the Message-ID value > and get over the ugliness.
That's actually not the case if we use a hash, because the client could figure out what the hash is before sending it. > > Putting the clickable URL in a header("X-Archive-Link" ?) is a good idea, > though. Using my MUA (Thunderbird) that would make it as simple to get as > View Source (Ctrl-U) and a simple C&P, which would make committers' lives > easy. I bet others might appreciate it too. > > As a thunderbird user you might be interested in something like > https://github.com/mhagander/pgarchives. I don't know if it works with > modern versions of thunderbird, but hopefully it does. And would be more > convenient than the view source way.. Particulalrly if there is an extension for it... Thanks! Stephen
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