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发布通知:《IDN ccTLD 快速通道流程实施计划》修订版


继 ICANN 理事会 2011 年 12 月 8 日通过《IDN ccTLD快速通道流程实施计划》的修订工作之后,ICANN 现发出有关《实施计划》修订版的发布通知。本次修订工作是在遵照 ICANN 塞纳加尔达喀尔会议期间从 ccNSO 收到的相关指导意见的基础上考虑进行的。

本次发布两个版本:1) 《IDN ccTLD快速通道流程实施计划》修订版

( [PDF, 851 KB]) 和 2) 带有修订标记的上一版本 ( [PDF, 902 KB])。ICANN 机构群体应注意,原来的《IDN ccTLD 快速通道流程实施计划》现已存档,代而使用《实施计划》修订版。


2011 年 10 月 26 日,ccNSO委员会通过决议,并由ccNSO主席通过信函知会 ICANN 理事会主席,要求理事会指示 ICANN 工作人员修改《IDNccTLD快速通道实施计划》的相关章节。在 IDN ccTLD字符串申请中,所申请的 IDN ccTLD字符串与对应相同国家或地区的双字母 ASCII ccTLD在拼写形式上可能存在相似的情况,容易引起混淆,此次修订即是针对这一特殊情况来修改实施计划。

该项工作缘起于 2011 年 3 月 ICANN 旧金山会议上的ccNSO 委员会决议。此项决议要求 IDN ccPDP 第 1 工作组的下属小组(在快速通道现有规则框架内)尽快形成指导意见,以提高由《IDNC 工作组最终报告》和《最终实施计划》规定并由 ICANN 理事会在 2009 年 11 月采纳的与字符串混淆有关的评估流程的可预测性。

ICANN 在 2010 年 10 月至 2011 年 1 月期间对 IDN ccTLD快速通道流程及其实施情况做了初步审查,在 2011 年 2 月发布了总结与分析报告,在 3 月的 ICANN 会议上,理事会对快速通道流程的审查工作表示认可

2009 年 10 月的韩国首尔会议上,ICANN 理事会正式通过了《IDNccTLD快速通道流程实施计划》。原始《实施计划》的访问链接如下: [PDF, 498 KB]

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