From: Erik van der Poel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Feb 18 2005 - 14:16:12 CST
Neil Harris wrote:
> Alas, I hought of that already. Here's a counterexample that breaks it.
> How about www.chock-full-o-nuts.com? What if I decide the 'o' should be
> the Greek, or Cyrillic homograph? How do we detect that?
Well, the registry could use your algorithm, slightly modified. If we
can subdivide a label using hyphens, let's call the subdivisions
"sublabels". The registry would have a piece of software in place that
checks to see whether any sublabel consists entirely of homographs. If
there is such a sublabel, the software could either reject the
registration or send an email to the administrator to have them manually
check the label later.
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