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Re: Comparison of hoffman-idn-reg and jseng-idn-admin
On Thu, 3 Apr 2003, Paul Hoffman / IMC wrote:
> >Now, when one registers a label with a U+0649 and someone else goes with a
> >U+064A, who will own the U+06CC version?
> The first person to register either name. I can add (hopefully)
> "clear language" on this in the next draft.
Well, I'll do it the other way: neither will own it, since it will
definitely create security problems. On a second thought, we may need
three classes of equivalents:
1. Required: Always resolving. Example: different digit forms
2. Variant: Optionally resolving. The current variant.
3. Blocking: Reserved forever. Example: Arabic vs Persian Yehs
> >Or which character wins, or which registrant wins, or which orthography
> Not "registrant"; the policy is in place before the registrants start
> using it.
Actually, you may have policies like "the first registrant wins".
> If you (or anyone!) have suggestions on how to do this with
> real-world examples, please send them along. I cannot see any, but I
> am hampered by speaking only one language and by being too close to
> the current proposal. Such examples might be useful in whatever
> proposal a multi-lingual zone adopts.
'jseng-idn-admin' has such an algorithm. But let's see if someone comes
with a better or clearer suggestion.