Punycode & IMA/EAI
yaojk at cnnic.cn
Wed May 21 09:11:57 CEST 2008
----- Original Message -----
From: "John C Klensin" <klensin at jck.com>
To: "Felix Sasaki" <fsasaki at w3.org>; "Shawn Steele" <Shawn.Steele at microsoft.com>
Cc: <idna-update at alvestrand.no>
Sent: Wednesday, May 21, 2008 2:01 PM
Subject: Re: Punycode & IMA/EAI
> --On Wednesday, 21 May, 2008 11:15 +0900 Felix Sasaki
> <fsasaki at w3.org> wrote:
>> Often business cards in Japan (and I assume in other countries
>> as well) have two sides, one with information in English, one
>> with information in the native language. The mail address
>> written on both sides is the same, but sometimes the URI
>> (company homepage) is different: English homepage versus
>> "native" homepage. So far I have never seen an URI written
>> with non-ASCII characters written on a business card, no
>> matter which side.
> Nor have I.
> And, if that trend continues and generalizes, then this entire
> IDN exercise (new versions and old) and probably the EAI one are
> a waste of time. For some reason, a lot of people don't believe
count me. I believe that IDN and EAI will appear in common in the other side of the business card when IDN is becoming popular and EAI is standardlization in IETF.
in China, many comanies apply both Chinese domain name and ASCII domain name.
IDN and EAI does not appear in other side of the business card not because people do not want them but becauce of IDN is still not supported by applications and EAI is still not standardlized.
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