Robert Bihlmeyer | 1 Jun 13:00 1999
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Re: babelgnus

Hi,

>>>>> On 28 May 1999 16:29:21 -0400
>>>>> Stainless Steel Rat <ratinox <at> peorth.gweep.net> said:

 Rat> Dieses ist die größte Sache seit geschnittenem Brot. Oder Gnus.

Weg kühl!

Hmm, I think the next step is to interpret a "Content-Language" header 
[RFC 1766]: look if it is in `gnus-read-languages', if not translate
via babelfish to the first language in `gnus-read-languages'.

Inserting "Content-Language" into sent mail, would be good, too.

	Robbe

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Hans de Graaff | 1 Jun 18:12 1999
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Re: babelgnus

Robert Bihlmeyer <e9426626 <at> stud2.tuwien.ac.at> writes:

> Hmm, I think the next step is to interpret a "Content-Language" header 
> [RFC 1766]: look if it is in `gnus-read-languages', if not translate
> via babelfish to the first language in `gnus-read-languages'.
> 
> Inserting "Content-Language" into sent mail, would be good, too.

Hmm, determining the language used and putting it in a header would
also be useful for the message keyword stuff, as it could then select
the proper exclusion stuff.

Hans

Robert Bihlmeyer | 2 Jun 13:26 1999
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Re: babelgnus

Hi,

>>>>> On 01 Jun 1999 18:12:30 +0200
>>>>> Hans de Graaff <graaff <at> xs4all.nl> said:

 Hans> Hmm, determining the language used and putting it in a header
 Hans> would also be useful for the message keyword stuff, as it could
 Hans> then select the proper exclusion stuff.

word-adaptive-scoring also depends on a list of stopwords. True, you
can put words from all langauges you read in there, but "die" is one
example that is highly significant in English, but not at all in
German.

Perhaps the list of "frequent {English,German,French,Suaheli,...}
words" can be unified. I.e. we'd have

(defvar frequent-words
  '((english "the" "a" "one" "for" "that")
    (german "der" "die" "das" "mit" "eine" "einer")
    (lisp "defun" "defvar" "cond")))	

which is used for language detection (the langage with the most hits
is probably correct), and stopword generation.

	Robbe

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Jan Vroonhof | 2 Jun 18:19 1999
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Re: babelgnus

Robert Bihlmeyer <e9426626 <at> stud2.tuwien.ac.at> writes:

>  Hans> Hmm, determining the language used and putting it in a header
>  Hans> would also be useful for the message keyword stuff, as it could
>  Hans> then select the proper exclusion stuff.

And then automatically detect that flyspell is giving to many "word
mispelled" markings and automatically switch to the appropriate
language!

Jan

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Kai.Grossjohann | 3 Jun 13:11 1999
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pgnus 0.84: MIME display doesn't quite work right.

Shortly, I will `S D r' a message with the subject `Link Check' to
this list.  When displaying it, I get a `Previous page...' button in
the very first line of the *Article* buffer.  Hitting DEL shows the
included HTML file, further DELs move back to the beginning of the
article and show that the button has gone away.  Strange.

kai
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Robin S. Socha | 3 Jun 11:23 1999
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Summary mode weirdness

Hi, when at the bottom of the summary buffer, gnus-summary-scroll-up (RET)
doesn't work properly. What I get is

E -[  16: Daniel Winkelmann   ] : ISDN unter Linux ; <- cursor in this line
E -    [  25: Dirk Marciniak      ] ; <- this article marked as active
       ---------------------------- 

The first article gets marked read alright, and its text is displayed, too, 
but it's still a little confusing. What gives?
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Rupa Schomaker (list | 4 Jun 01:41 1999

MML -- how do you add a part?


If I use "S o m" to include a MIME attached message to a user, I
usually also want to include some info at the top.

I can't just type my message because depending on the client on the
other end my comment and/or my attachment is not retrievable.

Of course, the problem is that I'm not including my text comment in a
MML "section".

M-m p appears to be bound to something that would work
mml-insert-part, but that is undefined.

M-m m (mm-insert-multipart) also "might" work but that gives me an
"Wrong number of arguments" error.

So, what is the right way to do what I want?

Norbert Koch | 4 Jun 06:53 1999
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Re: pgnus 0.84: MIME display doesn't quite work right.

Norbert Koch <n.koch <at> delta-ii.de> writes:

> Kai.Grossjohann <at> CS.Uni-Dortmund.DE writes:
> 
> > Shortly, I will `S D r' a message with the subject `Link Check' to
> > this list.  When displaying it, I get a `Previous page...' button in
> > the very first line of the *Article* buffer.  Hitting DEL shows the
> > included HTML file, further DELs move back to the beginning of the
> > article and show that the button has gone away.  Strange.
> 
> Right, I've seen this behaviour, too, in some messages that display
> html. Notice that there is, at least for me, an 'X' at the beginning
> of the From line when you "double-DEL":
> 
> XFrom: ...
> 
> norbert.

^*(&(*&**& that should have been an 'F' and not an 'R' ... too early.

Colin Rafferty | 4 Jun 16:22 1999
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Re: MML -- how do you add a part?

list  writes:

> If I use "S o m" to include a MIME attached message to a user, I
> usually also want to include some info at the top.

> I can't just type my message because depending on the client on the
> other end my comment and/or my attachment is not retrievable.

Actually, you can.  If you just type in something above the #part line,
it will be assumed to be an text/plain part with disposition=inline.

I forward mail like this all the time to my wife who uses Netscape, and 
she has no problems.

You can test this out by sending yourself a message this way, and then
useing C-d on it to see all the parts explicitly.  Or `K b' to see the
MIME buttons.

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Kai.Grossjohann | 4 Jun 09:36 1999
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Re: MML -- how do you add a part?

"Rupa Schomaker (list)" <rupa-list <at> rupa.com> writes:

  > M-m p appears to be bound to something that would work
  > mml-insert-part, but that is undefined.

The editing commands aren't finished yet.  Just type the MML markup
by hand.

kai
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