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Re: New Internet Draft on registering IDNs




Well, my point is that the "Allocation all labels" policy could be a bit messy for the owner. Therefore it would be proper to have some sort of information about that, for example:


If the input label contains several characters that have equivalents, the owner could end up having to take care of large number of zones. For instance, if DIGIT ONE is a variant of LATIN SMALL LETTER L, the owner of the domain name llllll.com will have to manage 64 zones.

-Staffan

Paul Hoffman / IMC wrote:


At 9:25 PM +0100 3/26/03, Staffan Hagnell wrote:


What happens when the Allocation all labels policy is used and the input label contains several characters with equivalents?

E.g. if there 6 base characters with one variant" each in the input label, will the owner of the registration have to keep 2 raised to 6 = 64 zones?


Exactly right. If this wasn't clear from the draft, please suggest some wording to make it more so.

--Paul Hoffman, Director
--Internet Mail Consortium