How various TLDs use IDN variants
yoshiro.yoneya at jprs.co.jp
Fri Nov 9 15:00:00 CET 2012
On Thu, 8 Nov 2012 14:46:49 -0500 Paul Hoffman <paul.hoffman at vpnc.org> wrote:
> > JP's IDN table does not define variants (i.e. each code point has no
> > variants) so it says nothing about variants.
> This may be a language issue, but the IANA table says:
> This document defines Japanese character variant table for .JP registry.
This is because JP IDN Table format is delived from RFC 3743 (JET Guidelines)
and it says the table name as language variant table.
> So, it says *something* about variants, but then (now that I read it) doesn't list any variants.
Sorry for the confusion.
> > Each code point in that table defines no variants, and therefore
> > the policy says nothing about variants, which means there are no
> > variants in registration or resolution.
> So, that's not completely accurate. Instead, I believe that a statement that we can make from your IANA table is:
> Each code point in that table defines no variants, which means there are no
> variants in registration or resolution.
> Please let me know if this sentence is not acceptable.
It is acceptable.
> > Owner and publisher of the policy document is JPRS, not JPNIC.
> > Please correct it as follows.
> > JPRS, "Technical Specification of General-use JP Domain Name",
> > July 2012, <http://jprs.jp/doc/rule/saisoku-1-wideusejp.html>.
> Whoops, my fault. Fixed.
Thank you :-)
Yoshiro YONEYA <yoshiro.yoneya at jprs.co.jp>
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