Archive for November 2007

An Important Step Toward the Implementation of IDN Top-Level Domains: New Versions of IDNA Protocol Revision Proposals Posted

Revised papers of the technical standards that define the implementation of IDNs — the standards are called IDNA — were recently released via the IETF editors. These revisions are an important step toward the delegation of IDN top-level domains. An informal expert panel, working as what the IETF calls a “design team,” evaluated experiences gained [...]

Steps Taken for Multilingual Internet

RIO DE JANEIRO: The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, the International Telecommunication Union, and UNESCO will collaborate on global efforts to forge universal standards towards building a multilingual cyberspace. The three agencies organized a workshop on this subject today during the second Internet Governance Forum (IGF) taking place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [...]

ASAP: Internationalized Country Code Top-Level Domains

RIO DE JANEIRO: Getting country-code Top Level Domains up and running in scripts from local languages through a fast-track process will be explained at an information session being held at the Internet Governance Forum this Wednesday in Rio. The session, put on by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers and the Country Code [...]