Proposal for Korean Root Zone Label Generation Rules - Second Public Comment
|Open Date:||2 March 2021||Close Date:||15 April 2021|
|Originating Organization:||Global Domains and Strategy (GDS)|
|Brief Overview:||The Korean community has formed the Korean Generation Panel (GP), which in turn has developed a proposal for Korean Script Root Zone Label Generation Rules (RZ-LGR). As per the LGR Procedure, the proposal is posted for a second Public Comment to allow those who have not participated in the Korean GP to make their views known. Based on the community feedback from the first Public Comment proceeding, the GP has further updated the proposal (Proposal, Supporting Document, and Appendices) and is being released for a second round of Public Comment. Based on the feedback, the Korean GP will finalize and submit the proposal for integration into the root zone.|
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