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Old 4th November 2013, 06:41 PM
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Yet Another Embarrassing IDN Gaff from ICANN

http://www.circleid.com/posts/201311...ff_from_icann/
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Yes, it is all good when we go after our share of that £350 Million.
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Re: Yet Another Embarrassing IDN Gaff from ICANN

This is a very well written article. I recommend reading it. It won't tell you anything you didn't already know, but it seems like a good example of how to make our case.

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Re: Yet Another Embarrassing IDN Gaff from ICANN

Those of you active on Twitter could tweet it with #ICANNfail or something?
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Re: Yet Another Embarrassing IDN Gaff from ICANN

So how do you tweet things at people?

@NewgTLDsICANN

@icann_president

#ICANN

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Re: Yet Another Embarrassing IDN Gaff from ICANN

http://domainincite.com/14667-dotsha...dogs-breakfast
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Re: Yet Another Embarrassing IDN Gaff from ICANN

Good Article!

Looks like frustrations, are starting to mount, with all these delays.
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Re: Yet Another Embarrassing IDN Gaff from ICANN

Verisign's security view coming up.

http://www.circleid.com/posts/201311...n_part_1_of_4/
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Re: Yet Another Embarrassing IDN Gaff from ICANN

The other point not mentioned that maybe should be - if I've got this right - is that Russian is similar to languages like Spanish rather than English.

Where in English we would say "the red car", in Spanish it would be "el carro rojo".

Maybe people are thinking новости.онлайн isn't such a hot domain because in English "online news" works a lot better than "news online", but if "новости онлайн" works better than "онлайн.новости" in Russian, then this is ANOTHER fact not picked up by the anglocentric ICANNer's that came up with block lists.

Someone fluent in Russian please correct me if I'm wrong.
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The other point not mentioned that maybe should be - if I've got this right - is that Russian is similar to languages like Spanish rather than English.

Where in English we would say "the red car", in Spanish it would be "el carro rojo".

Maybe people are thinking новости.онлайн isn't such a hot domain because in English "online news" works a lot better than "news online", but if "новости онлайн" works better than "онлайн.новости" in Russian, then this is ANOTHER fact not picked up by the anglocentric ICANNer's that came up with block lists.

Someone fluent in Russian please correct me if I'm wrong.
Grammatically, the closest thing most people will have experience of to all Slavic Languages (includes Russian) is Latin.

Ignore script, that is something that has come since. 1000 years ago just about everyone from Dubrovnic to Gandsk to Moscow spoke the same language more or less, Proto Slavic. This unlike Latin would have been the language that ordinary people actually used, so all slavic languages are still very closely related.

Most Slavic languages have kept all the cases, genders and a whole load of complicated constructs that no longer exist in English. Slavic language are highly inflected which means word order has little impact on the general meaning although it is extensively used for emphasis. Impact build towards the last word of the sentence. It can be very evocative. I am not sure there are hard and fast rules about whether adjective proceed the noun or not, but what I do know is that they will generally have to agree in both gender and case. So if you are looking at doing hacks, then you pretty much need to be a linguistic expert.
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Re: Yet Another Embarrassing IDN Gaff from ICANN

http://www.circleid.com/posts/201311...e_part_2_of_4/

Technical discussion showing that the block lists miss some risks.
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Re: Yet Another Embarrassing IDN Gaff from ICANN

http://www.icann.org/en/news/announc...11nov13-en.htm

ICANN signed an agreement with JAS Global Advisors LLC to lead the development of the Name Collision Occurrence Management Framework, in cooperation with the community. The statement of work for the development of the Framework can be found here [PDF, 89 KB]. ICANN intends to present a development timeline and initial questions for discussion at ICANN 48 Buenos Aires (17-21 November 2013). Interested parties (e.g., current and prospective Registry Operators, security practitioners, community members) are encouraged to attend the SSR Session on Monday, 18 November 2013 and provide input.
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Re: Yet Another Embarrassing IDN Gaff from ICANN

http://www.circleid.com/posts/201311...s_part_3_of_4/
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Re: Yet Another Embarrassing IDN Gaff from ICANN

http://domainnamewire.com/2013/11/18...-dont-qualify/

Just a daft question really.

Does blocking affect registration or just resolution at all?

Are Sunrises going to be farcical? How in the hell are they going to get registrars to address this in a consistent logical fashion without causing total chaos? Can you image anyone even having an intelligent conversation with GoDaddy on the matter?

When you have upward of 10K names and some have much more, then there is not much incentive for people to go searching for a needle in a haystack.

Will registries with the biggest block lists be disadvantaged?

How can those not eligible for APD succeed?
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