[JDEV] My evil plans for a client.

Scott Robinson scott at tranzoa.com
Fri Aug 6 22:11:14 CDT 1999


Interleaved response.

Scott.

* Kemal 'disq' Hadimli translated into ASCII [Sat, Aug 07, 1999 at 03:44:57AM +0300][<Pine.LNX.4.05.9908070321010.2996-100000 at heart_of_gold.localdomain>]
> 
> all people: i'm alive and watching. :}
> 
> 
> On Fri, 6 Aug 1999, Scott Robinson wrote:
> > that everyone feels a need for. Plus, I'll end up killing all you suckas
> > once I get running. ;) wxWindows is good.
> bah. gtk+ has a windows port :P
> 

wxWindows has a gtk+ port.

> 
> > But back into reality, I'd love to make another suggestion for client fun.
> > MIME support! Messages encoded in MIME (and the clients have a rudimentery
> > (sp?) mailcap) could allow for a whole new world of kick-ass messenging. Why
> > send text when I can send an encoded mp3? (ed. Let's hope we're all on cable
> > modems or better.) I want to send my breakup message with a little "I will
> > survive" MIDI attached. You can see where I'm going with this...
> AAAAARGHHHHH! no.. that MIME parsing thing sux! I gave up an whole
> e-mail agent because of that sucker. (disq.bir.net.tr/sandmail)
> 

I'll let your comment pass on the assumption that you won't use my client.
As I said in a previous e-mail, I'll leave the feature open to those that
want it.

> 
> > As for my 3l1t3 soon be started client... keep looking for it.
> hahah.. go ahead, hurt me plenty.. ;)
> 
> 
> 
>  disq,
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