Commit 3f213f98 authored by Júda Ronén's avatar Júda Ronén
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Very minor changes in the documentation files

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Transform a local mail directory into content files, to be processed with a [static site generator](https://www.staticgen.com/). This tool is useful for several scenarios, including:
* Posting by mail (similar to [Wordpress’ ability](https://en.support.wordpress.com/post-by-email/)).
* Creating a web archive of a mailing list. (When it will be working:) You can see it in use [here](http://ginateva.net/); all of the posts are automatically created using mail2staticsite from mailing list messages.
* Creating a web archive of a mailing list. You can see it in use [here](http://ginateva.net/); all of the posts are automatically created using mail2staticsite from mailing list messages.
Unlike [JekyllMail](https://github.com/masukomi/JekyllMail), it is completely local and static. The workflow is as following: **mail** → mail2staticsite → **plaintext+attachments** → static site generator → **website**.
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* Python 3.3+
The mail directory can be populated and managed by any program. I recommend using [OfflineIMAP](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OfflineIMAP) for synchronization and [Mutt](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutt_(email_client) for management, but as long as the input is a valid [Maildir](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maildir) format, everything should be fine.
The mail directory can be populated and managed by any program. I recommend using [OfflineIMAP](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OfflineIMAP) for synchronization and [Mutt](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutt_(email_client)) for management, but as long as the input is a valid [Maildir](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maildir) format, everything should be fine.
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* Make use of `DEFAULT_TAGS`
* Add a working example (with maildir, a configuration file and a processor).
* Support for malformatted attachment filenames: if there is no extension, try to guess it according to MIME types or `file`.
* Support for malformatted attachment filenames: if there is no extension, try to guess it according to MIME types or [`file`](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_(command)).
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