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RE: [idn] Comments on IDNA/stringprep/nameprep
At 10:30 PM 2/9/2002 +0100, Kent Karlsson wrote:
> > Note the first two words. Stringprep is already being used by other
> > protocols that have nothing to do with DNS, such as iSCSI names.
>It's a "00" DRAFT. It cannot possibly (reasonably) already be *used*.
This represents both a failure to understand how things can be done in the
IETF and what specific things are being done now.
> > But would make all other string preparation documents much
> > harder to read.
>The 'deltas' approch works very well for collation.
The choice for separation was made carefully, after failure to make the
split caused problems.
You are, of course, entitled to your own preferences. However personal
preferences are not all that relevant during a Last Call.
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