Links sent from email do not link


#1

eg
0) Baby step #2b; adding arguments to the builder.sh script

1)still broken = link to (homoiconicity)

-.-
sorry for the discourse spam commentary + emoji :wink:


Does the title sound interesting if you read it out loud? Is it a good summary?

:roll_eyes:

:smirk:

Who would be interested in this? Why does it matter? What kind of responses do you want?

-discourse should be interested
-email links fecked up FTR
-fix up the feck up

also some algorithmic assumptions wrt
:robot:

Your topic is similar to…

it aint
just has email in the title
FFS
:zipper_mouth_face:

:nix_parrot:


#2

Hmm, if I send [homoiconicity]([https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homoiconicity](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homoiconicity)), it turns into [homoiconicity]([https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homoiconicity](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homoiconicity)). Not sure if it is discourse or my e-mail client which botches it.


#3

It looks like my client sends HTML messages which feature the botched
links: homoiconicity


#4

Yeah, plain text replies work correctly ^. Let’s see the HTML message: Homoiconicity


#5

well :poop: …what client ?
… was convinced i had seen some other ppl’s links showing same non-linky ness

perhaps they use same client =/


#6

We’re sorry, but your email message to
[“nixos1+foo@discoursemail.com”]
(titled Re: [Nix community] [Meta] Links sent from email do not link)
didn’t work.

To promote more in depth conversations, very short replies are not
allowed. Can you please reply with at least 20 characters?
Alternatively, you can like a post via email by replying with “+1”.

LOL

well :poop: …what client ?

Geary


#7

Actually, mobile Gmail does the same. And unlike Geary, I am not aware how I can change it to plain text mode.