From: Budi Rahardjo <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 8 Aug 2002 06:11:25 +0700
In-Reply-To: <3CD14E451751BD42BA48AAA50B07BAD60336FD25@vsvapostal3.prod.netsol.com>; from firstname.lastname@example.org on Wed, Aug 07, 2002 at 11:27:19AM -0400
Subject: Re: Sending the original (Unicode) domain name as well as the ACE ?
> > The UPU, established in 1874, (http://www.upu.int/) provides postal > > addresses in English for every country. > > > > The very basic reason is that the common lowest dominator is needed > > to ensure the postmen worldwide read postal addresses, and put > > enveloppes in appropriate bag to be delivered in appropriate country. > > > > We better have the postal address information in EPP that > > respects the UPU conventions. It's fine as long as EPP supports "other forms" of addresses. That is, it is possible for a country/region to use EPP with their own characters (whatever that be). There are many cases of people who cannot read & write English and still want to use Internet (and don't care about English emails/pages/and so on). They want to communicate internally (within their region), have their own domain names, email addresses, etc. -- budi