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Re: Inputting mixed SC/TC (Re: [idn] A question...)
Internet Users in China:
Totally 33,700,000. Among them, 6,720,000 use leased line connections,
21,330,000 are dial-up users and 5,650,000 use both.
The online survey had received 75,383 responses, among which 64,627 responses were valid. For the sampling survey, we carried on telephone interviews by using the sampling survey method, and 53,797 samples are available (under the confidence coefficient of 95%, the absolute error of the provincial result is less than 3%) .
----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul Hoffman / IMC" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> At 9:33 AM +0800 2/9/02, xiang deng wrote:
> >Dear Ted,
> >Thanks for your comment.
> >Discussion make issue more clearly.
> >we are clear:
> >1. Current IDNA is a good solution.
> >2. IDNA ONLY will be detrimental to Chinese Internet Community.
> >3. IDN WG chairs' express: it's out of scope.
> It is incredibly inappropriate to blame this on WG chairs. There have
> been many, many other people in the WG who have stated the same
> opinion. If you object to this, you can follow the IETF rules for
> appealing. Hint: that does not involve spamming the mailing list.
> > But decision maker is not
> > family with Chinese character and never use Chinese character in
> >daily life.
> Why do you feel that is relevant in a standards body?
> >4. Chinese Internet community object IDNA ONLY solution.
> The two name registries on this mailing list do not represent the
> Chinese Internet community any more than Verisign represents the US
> community. Many of us know know lots of other Chinese people, and it
> is safe to say that the extreme rudeness and inability to work with
> others is not representative of the Chinese Internet community.
> >5. Unicode haven't finish the equivalent set of Chinese character.
> More importantly, ISO has not started it either.
> --Paul Hoffman, Director
> --Internet Mail Consortium