IDNA 2008 Question Re: "Confusable" Characters in Domain Names
jean-michel bernier de portzamparc
jmabdp at gmail.com
Sat Nov 6 03:13:12 CET 2010
Until now this thread shown the possible sustainabilty of the IDNA2008
consensus between concerned IETF engineers and Innovative Users. This mail
introduces an ICANN oriented pertinent (
point of view which is technically less open minded.
At a time, the Chair suggested that this WG could transfer as an ICANN WG to
discuss the user side. I then started the IUCG workon at idna2010.org to that
end because ICANN does not really represent us. Then we found that such a
debate had to be in the public domains and to include every type of
stakeholder in the ICANN/IETF/IUsers.
2010/11/6 Eric Brunner-Williams <ebw at abenaki.wabanaki.net>
> On 11/5/10 10:17 AM, john daw wrote:
>> JFC Morfin wrote:
> [the usual rubbish]
> I agree with this, and must say that i'm not involved in the
>> architecture of the Internet in
>> any way, as my original email might suggest. €.com, however, ought to
>> be "supported"
> As you're making a keyboard (or anything the lower half of a tty driver
> handles) claim, how about space, backspace, tab, dot, and all those
> delicious control characters?
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