MUA questions

Steve Butler sbutler at
Thu Feb 5 19:31:26 CET 2004

How about we graduate back to some of the anceint languages and drop all
vowels also!

Hmm.  Seems everybody preaches diversity -- as long as it's my diversity you
all are talkin' about.  <<biting tongue firmly planted in side cheek>>

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Fox [mailto:dissectingtable at]
Sent: Thursday, February 05, 2004 5:24 PM
To: Ingo Klöcker
Cc: gnupg-users at
Subject: Re: MUA questions

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Ingo Klöcker wrote:

| On Thursday 05 February 2004 22:05, Johan Wevers wrote:
|>Adrian von Bidder wrote:
|>>So all non-english speakers are forbidden to use Email?
|>No, they should just skip the accented characters. And that doesn't
|>give communication problems: Dutch without accents is very well
|>readable (better than the iso shit that gets translated to Greek
|>chars on my terminal anyway), and I've some friends from eastern
|>Europe who I've seen send sms messages (where most phones don't
|>support all the accents they use at all). They just skip all accents,
|>and I've never heard one of them complain about it.
| Yeah, let's make all people on the world use the 26 Latin characters.
| Why would anyone need umlauts, accents, Greek letters, Cyrillic
| letters, Kanji, Hiragana, Katakana, or any other character set?

and whats with them capitol letters and punkuation nobody needs them (/sic/)
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