On Wed, 24 Mar 2004 09:38:50 -0800, Hal Finney said:
't' and 'u' packets, on receipt and on creation? Are we deprecating
't' on creation, and we SHOULD use a 'u' (and UTF-8 of course)?
And then on receipt, what should (or SHOULD) we do?
I'd say don't deprecate anything, the 'u' is merely a flag that the
message is for sure utf-8 encoded. It's up to the MUA to create
and display a message correctly, that flag might be helpful. Maybe a
"If it is definitely known that the message is utf-8 encoded, the 'u'
flag SHOULD be used."
 or better up to the text editor or whatever OpenPGP aware
application, as MUAs should use PGP/MIME