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SubjectRe: F*ck*ng japanese <u>garbage</u> postings and possible HACK.
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Alan Cox <alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk> writes:

> > for example
> > <URL:http://kernelnotes.org/lnxlists/linux-kernel/lk_0007_03/>
> >
> > however this might better be fixed over at kernelnotes to make its
> > maillist -> html script expunge offending characters.
>
> HTML fully supports 16bit unicode entities. They dont even need expunging, if
> translated right mozilla will render them

yes. looking at the source of the page over at kernelnotes, i see
that the japanese characters yield a bogus html tag (a less than
followed by random chars). this messes up netscape 4.73. gnus/emacs
doesn't care and i would expect most sane mailers not to care either.

i've put an underline tag into the subject to see what happens over at
kernelnotes. i appologize for the lameness of this posting. i hope
it doesn't clobber people's mailers.

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J o h a n K u l l s t a m
[kullstam@ne.mediaone.net]
Don't Fear the Penguin!

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