[IDN-WG] [ALAC] Public Comment open on Universal Acceptance
Rinalia Abdul Rahim
rinalia.abdulrahim at gmail.com
Fri Jun 20 01:48:24 UTC 2014
This is a first attempt to deal with the issue of Universal Acceptance,
which should be encouraged. Solving the technical issues is crucial.
If you believe the scope should cover political issues, please provide that
feedback as the proposal is up for comment.
On Jun 19, 2014 6:34 PM, "Evan Leibovitch" <evan at telly.org> wrote:
> As I ready this, this is an initiative to address any technical obstacles
> that prevent ICANN-approved domains (and subdomains) from being usable;
> specifically, the inability for some applications software to understand
> IDN scripts, and/or may have TLDs hardcoded and may not recognize the new
> In essence, this is outreach to application developers, notably browser
> and email client makers. A worthy effort (if a few years late), but mainly
> an implementation effort that should be straightforward in its design.
> Is there more to it than that? This is a technical and communications
> initiative, and it clearly doesn't address greater obstacles to "universal
> acceptance" such as political domain blocking.
> On 19 June 2014 12:58, Rinalia Abdul Rahim <rinalia.abdulrahim at gmail.com>
>> FYI - A response from ICANN on Universal Acceptance. Please comment.
>> Best regards,
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> Evan Leibovitch
> Toronto Canada
> Em: evan at telly dot org
> Sk: evanleibovitch
> Tw: el56
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