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Old 1st June 2011, 03:41 PM
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Re: UPPERCASE DOMAIN in whois

Actually I think what may be the issue for the French is that capitalized accented letters can lose the accent and remain grammatically correct in certain settings (not standalone though.. I've never seen it regularly enough to think it's OK to lose the accent in standalone format). That usually happens when only the first letter of a word is capitalized/at the beginning of a sentence. Acronyms also often lose the accent.

For example, a sentence beginning with "à" can be capitalized in the form "A" instead of "À".

I think that's exactly the kind of trivial non-issue that a french public servant would turn into a big deal
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