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Add Posteo

This commit adds the Posteo Webmail service. Along side the guidelines there
is also a notice about the vendor lock-in. Translated to Spanish by a human.
Version 2 is just a rebase.
typo: ettiquite -> etiquette
Add Cypht to Recommended, certified list and notice
"plaintext" -> "plain text"

Credit goes to David Trudgett <DTrudgett@orange.nsw.gov.au>, who
noticed, cared and sent a malformatted patch.
Respect client name stylization
Reference RFC 1855 in section about etiquette

The commit adds a new paragraph in the etiquette section that
references the RFC document about network etiquette. Also modifies
the spanish version with text that is written by a human.
db292a20 — Julian Marcos 1 year, 3 months ago
Add Roundcube to certified list and notice

Seeing the Roundcube repo, seems like roundcube by default sends only
plaintext emails with all the features properly, but the system
administrator can change the settings as they should be able to.
s/open source/free software/
Various improvements
fastmail: document text wrapping support

Signed-off-by: Vlad-Stefan Harbuz <vlad@vladh.net>
Uniquify CSS and SVG

CSS code in both HTML files is now deduplicated into a single CSS file
located at css/style.css

Same goes with the two identical SVG files, this commit only keeps one
at /assets/certified.svg
State that Geary supports bottom posting

Geary supports bottom posting, but only if you highlight the portion of
the message you want to quote. See
<https://mail.gnome.org/archives/geary-list/2016-July/msg00013.html>.
4495ded3 — Mattijs Korpershoek 1 year, 8 months ago
Add notmuch-emacs email client

notmuch-emacs is used by quite some kernel developers and has good
defaults for plain text.

Signed-off-by: Mattijs Korpershoek <mkorpershoek@baylibre.com>
Change the link to the RFC for format=flowed

RFC 3676 says:
> Obsoletes: 2646 February 2004
Use HTTPS for www.squirrelmail.org
Encode "&" as "&amp;"

HTML Tidy warns about unescaped ampersands.
Set the lang attribute

Setting the lang attribute correctly is important for accessibility.
When screen reader software uses automatic language switching,
it usually relies on the lang attribute to set the pronunciation and
Braille rules.
Add meli to suggested clients
Encode "&" as "&amp;"

HTML Tidy warns about unescaped ampersands.
Change the link to the RFC for format=flowed

RFC 3676 says:
> Obsoletes: 2646 February 2004
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