On Wed, 21 Oct 2020 16:43:00 -0500, Nathaniel Borenstein said:
But you say that a MIME part with â??Content-Disposition: reactionâ?? should
its contents restricted to UTF-8 emoji. Most likely some implementors will
ignore that and include additional UTF-8 text, or worse, pictures or video.
I have to admit that the number of times I've wanted to reply to an email with
just an emoji is outweighed by the number of times that Nope Badger is the
appropriate response. I haven't checked if there's an Egads! emoji defined...
(On the other hand, a text/reaction and a text/plain response multipart/related
so I can give an emoji summary (suitable for one column of the display of the
recipient's inbox so they can tell the general tone without reading the note)
plus a more detailed response in text.... that I could use more of if there's
I find Ned's analysis fairly compelling, but I'm reading it at 4AM and
caffeine. But we certainly should chase down the implications of a
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