Not sure what you are expecting but the message "MSGID: 2:280/5555 35a3d7b0" I am replying to shows here as ascii with an additional 44 unneeded linefeeds. I am guessing some obsoleted DOS-think abandonware created this one or your notepad idea without golded's help to rid it of the additional linefeeds.
MvdV> LATIN1 is not a character encoding scheme that is "current MvdV> practise" in Fidonet.
Understood. Not really an issue unless of course you are really using iso-8859-1 with the LATIN-1 alias and wonder why the Apache server, or any other glibc based httpd, isn't displaying your characters correctly.
MvdV> It is not the problem of Fidonet, that he can't do it right.
It isn't him but the alias for iso-8859-1 instead. Not quite as bad as an issue of fidonet sysops who insist their abandonware is correct, especially given the obsoleted datetime stamp with the nonstandard tzutc 'fix' that is obviously broken. His biggest mistake was to impliment the CHRS kludge instead of ignoring it which most webmasters do. ;-)
MvdV> Yeah, garbage in, garbage out...
Yep. I prefer, "A Møøse once bit my sister ..."
Life is good, Maurice
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