[ssh_x509] Welcome message looks odd (Was: Welcome to the "ssh_x509" mailing list)

ssh_x509 at roumenpetrov.info ssh_x509 at roumenpetrov.info
Tue Sep 10 12:53:24 EEST 2019

FYI... It looks like the welcome message has a bunch of HTML entity
codes. It looks odd to me.

My guess (and it is purely a guess) because I don't administer
mailman, UTF-8 is not being used by the mailman software. Instead
mailman is using a code page and escaping.

Lack of UTF-8 looks like a viable theory (from the headers of the email):

    Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
    Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
    Subject: Welcome to the "ssh_x509" mailing list

On Tue, Sep 10, 2019 at 5:30 AM <ssh_x509-request at roumenpetrov.info> wrote:
> Welcome to the ssh_x509 at roumenpetrov.info mailing list! Welcome to
> X.509 certificate support for ssh. Добре
> дошли при
> подръжката
> на X.509
> удостоверения
> за ssh.
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