~chambln/cosine.blue

8027691e1d78da357ebd5cf81c95086c70202c69 — Gregory Chamberlain 3 months ago 5ccef7c
Add note about plaintext and HTML email

Also correct ‘emails’ to ‘email’ throughout.
1 files changed, 6 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

M src/about.md
M src/about.md => src/about.md +6 -3
@@ 8,9 8,9 @@ I also have a [Gemini] capsule, <gemini://cosine.blue>.

You can reach me by sending an email to <greg@cosine.blue>.  If you haven’t had a reply within a day or two, please check your spam/junk folder.

<small>If you know how, please encrypt your emails to me using [my PGP public key](pubkey-gc.txt).  Don’t forget to send me your own public key so I can reply.</small>
<small>If you know how, please encrypt your email to me using [my PGP public key](pubkey-gc.txt).  Don’t forget to send me your own public key so I can reply.</small>

<small>If you’d like to learn how to use encryption with emails, check out [*Email Self-Defense*], an excellent guide by the Free Software Foundation.</small>
<small>If you’d like to learn how to use encryption with email, check out [*Email Self-Defense*], an excellent guide by the Free Software Foundation.</small>

Alternatively you can try using one of the following more obscure and complicated ways of contacting me, in increasing order of difficulty. Good luck!



@@ 22,13 22,15 @@ However you go about it, thanks for getting in touch!  I love hearing your thoug

# Comments

I also have a *public* email inbox in the form of a two-way mailing list.  Anyone can send emails there, and anyone can read emails sent there.  It’s like a public forum or comments section, except you don’t need to register or anything because everybody just uses their own email account.
I also have a *public* email inbox in the form of a two-way mailing list.  Anyone can send email there, and anyone can read email sent there.  It’s like a public forum or comments section, except you don’t need to register or anything because everybody just uses their own email account.

- [Browse posts](https://lists.sr.ht/~chambln/public-inbox)
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<small>Make sure to [send only plaintext email].  The mailing list software actually rejects HTML email.  At least I think it does.  I wouldn’t know since I haven’t tried—nor would I know if anyone else tried since it would never reach us. 🤔</small>

# Copying

Except where otherwise noted, everything (text, images, code, etc.) on cosine.blue is available under a free/libre, *copyleft* licence.  Basically you have the freedom to copy and reuse this stuff, verbatim or modified, for any purpose (even commercially).  See [Licence](/licence.html) for more details.


@@ 60,6 62,7 @@ The favicon is provided by the HTML snippet below, embedded in the `head` of the
I should probably get around to designing a non-empty favicon.  [Leave a comment](mailto:~chambln/public-inbox@lists.sr.ht?subject=cosine.blue%20favicon) if you have any suggestions.

 [*Email Self-Defense*]: https://emailselfdefense.fsf.org/en/
 [send only plaintext email]: https://useplaintext.email/
 [Gemini]: https://gemini.circumlunar.space
 [Commonmark]: https://commonmark.org
 [*Save for Web*]: https://packages.debian.org/buster/gimp-plugin-registry