Re: [openpgp] Tag indicating a MIME content

Jon Callas <joncallas@icloud.com> Thu, 07 July 2016 19:13 UTC

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Subject: Re: [openpgp] Tag indicating a MIME content
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+1 on the proposal.

I'd even go further with what I think DKG is saying that "text mode" is something that OpenPGP carries as baggage back from the FTP days when you had "text" (that could even be six bit or worse, like RAD50) versus "binary." Dump as much of that as is reasonable, please.

	Jon