On 8/16/2019 17:32, Mark Fletcher
Working with J, I think the issue is as follows: The
algorithm just looks for a quoted block at the beginning of the
message, and if it finds one (and only one in the entire
message), it collapses it. It doesn't look to see whether that
quoted block was the *entire* message being replied to or not.
Note, this is also how the other collapse algorithm works, that
is, it does not consider whether the quoted block is the entire
message or not.
Should this recent change be reverted? My feeling is to keep
it, but I'm easily influenced on this.
My feeling is that the entire thing is a mountain of molehills and
either way is fine for me. I suspect this is true for others who
interact with the group primarily by email.
We must work to make the Democratic Party the Marketplace of
Ideas not the Marketplace of Favors.