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Re: [idn] Voluntary transliteration labels
At 17:44 13/12/2000 +0100, Werner Staub wrote:
>Example: The TLD zone file contains "bq--ACEstring.net" [where "ACEstring" is
>the ACE the native 'ZhuangZhenHong' string. Instead of "www." you would
>"JamesSeng--tl." as a 3rd-level label in front of it on your own name server.
>The suffix "--tl" would be the i-d-n marker for transliteration labels. Your
>web server and email would then run under "JamesSeng--tl.bq--ACEstring.net"
>- by your own choice. You would, of course, have been free to use
>"Pinkdragon--tl", even if it has nothing to do with the ACE string, or any
>other 3rd level label.
How would any client find this information, given a business card that has
"ZhuangZhenHong.net" in ideographs on it?
Remember - DNS DOES NOT HAVE A SEARCH FUNCTION.
Harald Tveit Alvestrand, email@example.com
+47 41 44 29 94
Personal email: Harald@Alvestrand.no