Re: [EAI] [IETF] Content Issues [

Yuriy Kargapolov <yvk@uanic.net> Sun, 16 October 2016 10:26 UTC

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>> Seriously, at least in the near term, I'd oppose letting anyone post to an IETF list from a non-ASCII address.  This has been discussed before in other contexts, but it is important that we, as a standards body, be able to identify who is posting to our lists and trying to influence outcomes.
Anyone?
Let's  start  from  Administrators  of  IDN ccTLD/gTLD (admin-c or/and
tech-c by IANA DB). They are "anyone"?

> I'm confused because I don't see how EAI addresses would be less
> accountable than ASCII addresses.  Sure, they might be less
> readable, but surely people could have
> JohnDoe@SpecialServer.whatever and we'd have no clue who they "really" were.

> I'd vote for "eat our own dogfood"

> -Shawn

Excuse  me, from point of view man with English as mother-language you are right on 100%
But  some other picture will be from man with, for example, Swahili or
Russian or Kyrgyz or Bulgarian ... - so much other mother-languages are exist on Earth
Maybe I mistake or I didn't correctly understood you



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