At 11:54 AM +0100 1/11/11, Per Jessen wrote:
At that time, I registered almost 30 names.
Fortunately, all of my names passed and I was
permitted to keep them. Unfortunately, all
browser manufactures (except Safari) negated some
of the work done by the IDNS WG and as a result
PUNYCODE is shown instead of the actual
Only for characters that are not part of a national alphabet, I believe?
This one works fine: http://rugbrød.ch/
Not for me. It translates to:
Besides, many domain registrars also limit the available characters to
those that are part of a national alphabet.
Per Jessen, Zürich (0.0°C)
National alphabet? Never heard of it -- what Nation?
Are the Greek letters Sigma, Delta, Pi part of
this "National alphabet"? While they are common
in our English language, I don't think they are
In addition, many registrars are clueless about
IDNS, Char Sets, and what is legal and not. Plus,
the are many differences between different TLD
registrars. For example, the TLD COM can have
single characters whereas the ORG will not allow
single characters regardless of language
The IDNS is still in a state of flux.
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