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Old 23rd October 2005, 10:24 PM
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Re: Just discovered this. Got me a little worried.

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Originally Posted by sarcle
Good that's what I wanted to here. As long as there are not plans to erraticate the .com and .net's in Asia.

Thanks for the info.

No, I have been following the ICANN workshops for a while it all seems to be going pretty smoothly, albeit rather slowly.

There has been a lot of discussion on how to do the first level in local characters. Because TLDs require multi-channel translation, whereas single channel will largely suffice for ccTLDs, they are adopting different solutions. It would seem that most countries with get a non-ASCII TLD, India may get as many as Ten.

First level for dot com and the other TLDs will probably take a bit longer and be incorporated into your browser as a look up table. Browser will also need to select a language for incoming display. That is as I understand it.

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Dave Wrixon



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