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Re: What characters should be allowed in a MIME subtype?

1992-11-25 17:09:00
At  7:25 AM 11/25/92 +0000, Harald Tveit Alvestrand wrote:

So, an example of a legal subtype would be


That's very nice for demonstration, but maybe we would like to tighten
this up a bit for the next revsision?

I personally would be happy with A-Za-z0-9, - and +.


Is there any harm in allowing "morally_indefensible_subtype#1289"?

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