From: Patrick Andries (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Apr 03 2005 - 16:49:19 CST
Mark Davis a écrit :
>>There was comparatively little urgency with regard to the speakers of
>>German, Polish, Kobon, and Sencoten, who are already familiar with the
>>Latin script but require letters that aren't available in non-IDN domain
>>names. They had gotten along with Basic Latin approximations for years,
>>and were largely expected to continue to do so. Domain names, after
>>all, are not usually expected to be linguistically perfect.
The important word here is « comparatively » to non-Latin scripts.
It is quite annoying to have linguistically near perfect English domain
names but far less perfect Italian, German, Spanish, Polish, and French
« Go to our site "L'Humanité dot fr", remember with no apostrophe and no
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