mailman config changed; text/html should now show up in dev-gaia and dev-b2g and links should not be corrupted

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Assuming all has gone well, the mailman list-server software we use for 
dev-b2g and dev-gaia should no longer force multipart/alternative mail 
messages to use the first sub-part (which is likely to be text/plain).  
What this means is that if you use the gmail web UI to talk on the list 
and your hyperlinks have ended up messed up, that should stop 
happening.  (This, by definition, is/was a bug in gmail's formulation of 
text/plain messages from text/html composition.)

This also means that this text should be blue. If it was not blue, then 
either the settings didn't take or your mail client is actively 
sanitizing messages from this list.  Or Thunderbird did not do what I 
thought it would do when I composed this message.

Andrew

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    Assuming all has gone well, the mailman list-server software we use
    for dev-b2g and dev-gaia should no longer force
    multipart/alternative mail messages to use the first sub-part (which
    is likely to be text/plain).&nbsp; What this means is that if you use the
    gmail web UI to talk on the list and your hyperlinks have ended up
    messed up, that should stop happening.&nbsp; (This, by definition, is/was
    a bug in gmail's formulation of text/plain messages from text/html
    composition.)<br>
    <br>
    <font color="#000099">This also means that this text should be blue.</font>&nbsp;
    If it was not blue, then either the settings didn't take or your
    mail client is actively sanitizing messages from this list.&nbsp; Or
    Thunderbird did not do what I thought it would do when I composed
    this message.<br>
    <br>
    Andrew<br>
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