Agree that adding more dependencies may be problematic. 
One solution would be instead of sending emails, to make this a true github 
issue creation method which can be done with a simple prepopulated HTML link, 
eg. (here title:"foo" and body:"bar"):

This has the added benefit of issue tracking.
Assuming the scribble doc would store its github repository this would make it 
a convenient method to raise the issue regarding documentation encouraging 
people to do it. 

On Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 2:33:05 AM UTC+2, Matthew Butterick wrote:
> I get meaningful messages frequently. To be fair, as a work in progress, 
> Beautiful Racket is wrong a lot more often than the Racket docs. Also, BR has 
> no corresponding mailing list or GitHub issues, as Racket does (and most 
> add-on Racket packages also do). Also, the comment form relies on being able 
> to send email, which requires cooperation with an SMTP server, which would 
> create a new network dependency that docs don't currently have (meaning, you 
> can install them on your local machine or use them offline and they work the 
> same way).

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