From: Patrick Andries (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Feb 24 2005 - 10:12:09 CST
Cary Karp a écrit :
> The gTLD registries have issued a statement about measures they are
> taking to reduce the risk for deceptive IDN registration. This is
> available at:
> ICANN and country-code registries have also issued statements, which
> may be accessed via ICANN's new IDN information area at:
I love the use of code-page in
Such warnings could identify when there is a mix of "code pages"
(such as Latin and Cyrillic) and give the user the option to proceed or
This in the day and age of Unicode ;-)
Scripts, writing systems (cf. CJK), but code pages (which code page for
Syriac or Khmer ?).
I wonder whether this should not say " ICANN and a large number of
country-code registries" (if CENTR does speak in their name in this
instance). I did not see ".za" nor ".au" in the list of country-code
registries associated to CENTR.
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