[Owasp-Malaysia] .my Domain Registry now support Jawi IDN
azmisj at gmail.com
Tue Jan 25 23:20:29 EST 2011
OH NO!!! I am so slow in reading Jawi though...sangat
2011/1/26 najmi.zabidi at gmail.com <najmi.zabidi at gmail.com>
> any suggestion for virtual keyboard on Linux.
> just in order to write نجمي.my i just use google translate tricks.
> also jawi has extra char ,"va" "cha" and "nya" which is not the case
> for Arab keymaps.
> 2011/1/26 azmi salim <azmisj at gmail.com>:
> > Hi there friends,
> > An interesting development on IDN, .my Domain Resgistry has announced
> > support for Jawi IDN, on top of other Unicode, European and some other
> > selected Asian characters.
> > Maybe you guys / gals have know this, nevertheless I'm fwd'ing it for an
> > update. Pardon for repetition :)
> > Regards,
> > AZMI Salim
> > following is some excerpts of the announcement --->
> > Dear Valued Customers,
> > We are proud to announce that .my DOMAIN REGISTRY now supports
> > Internationalized Domain Name (IDN).
> > An IDN (also known as multilingual domain name) is a domain name that
> > contains Unicode characters other than the basic 37 ASCII characters
> > permitted to-date (a-z , 0-9 and -). In other words, an IDN may contain
> > letters with diacritics (for example, façade) as required by many
> > languages or characters drawn from non-Latin scripts such as Jawi /
> > Chinese or Tamil.
> > Many countries have started to offer domain names in their local scripts
> > allow more of their population access the Internet. Amongst the first
> > countries to deploy top level IDN are Egypt (مصر ), Saudi Arabia
> (السعودية )
> > and United Arab Emirates (امارات ) – all on the 5th May 2010. Even two of
> > our neighboring countries, Thailand and Singapore, have implemented IDN.
> > For Malaysia, we have decided to offer 2nd Level IDNs, starting with Jawi
> > (for example, مليسيا.my). Chinese and Tamil IDNs are also in the
> > and will be implemented progressively. For Jawi IDNs, the roll out will
> > in 3 phases. In the first phase, registration of Jawi IDNs is
> > for government agencies and government educational entities.
> > start from 24th January 2011 until 30th April 2011. The first phase Jawi
> > IDNs will be free of charge for one year. Government agencies and
> > government educational entities are encouraged to secure their Jawi IDNs
> > soon as possible.
> > Existing .my customers will enjoy Jawi IDNs in the second phase, and in
> > third phase, Jawi IDNs will be opened to the public. Do keep an eye open
> > the announcements on the second and third phase roll out to secure your
> > Jawi IDN!
> > For more information about IDN, do visit our FAQ page
> > at http://www.domainregistry.my/faq.php?id=98.
> > Please do not hesitate to e-mail domreg at domainregistry.my or call us at
> 03 -
> > 8991 7272 if you have any enquiries.
> > Yours sincerely,
> > .my DOMAIN REGISTRY
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> > 7277
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