Re: [ga] whois: issues with uniformity
> For an internationally useful WHOIS service, you'd most likely like
> to be able to accomodate /both/ versions in the database.
> This isn't about Unicode-enabling a database: This is about the
> human brain in general /not/ being Unicode-enabled, and about
> accomodating existing real-life band-aids for that.
The EPP protocol supports this exact requirements. So registering with one
ascii address and one Unicode one is already in the provisioning protocol.
however, I don't know how the Unicode addresses come out in whois.
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