From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Mar 07 2005 - 00:20:53 CST
Erik van der Poel <erik at vanderpoel dot org> wrote:
>> But what harm was done by allowing a hard-to-type and
>> not-very-confusable character like C into the mapping process?
> As I've said, this is not a huge problem. If you don't get the feeling
> that double-struck C was unnecessary in domain names especially since
> it is simply mapped to regular 'c', then you're obviously different
> from me. Like I said, this is highly subjective. Maybe I'm the only
> one who feels like I do!
I agree that ℂ is unnecessary in domain names. I also feel that it's
harmless. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of characters like this
Accepting NFKC lock, stock and barrel for this purpose is probably
better than second-guessing the work of the UTC.
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