gerv at mozilla.org
Thu May 15 16:12:24 CEST 2008
> In (1) the split is against the punycode process. It should therefore be
> a positive point if there was a very strict document that would be
> completed by an IETF (or Unicode, or ICANN) guaranteed program everyone
> could use for legal checking of the nature of an "xn--". The resulting
> funycodes are public domain and anyone can build private extensions
> through Sunycodes (specialised punycode like process).
What would be the advantage in doing such experiments or building such
extensions within the xn-- prefix, as opposed to using another prefix?
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