From: Patrick Andries (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Feb 12 2005 - 20:03:14 CST
Mark E. Shoulson a écrit :
> Patrick Andries wrote:
>> In my mind, mixed scripts are suspicious (Basic Latin needed for the
>> ".com" and such is IMO script-neutral), but unmixed scripts (even
>> foreign) are perfectly okay if the user has mentioned that he can
>> read a language using that script. What could be needed then is some
>> logic to identify the scripts used in the domain name and link them
>> to languages.
> What's more, even mixed scripts are not necessarily dubious.
I did say that the Basic Latin A-Z is script-neutral and generic for me
(see extract above and other message on partitioning), same for 0-9 and
basic punctuation (".", "/", ":" , "?", "%", etc. for URL).
> What about www.תלמוד-on-the-web.com for a site with the Talmud
> online? Or Ελλας-fans.org? I agree that such things probably should
> be flagged somehow, but "just look for mixing scripts" isn't the
> answer either.
I believe it really simplifies things and partitions the problem.
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