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依照2013年7月11日发布的《呼吁组建根域标签生成规则专家组》 一文,中文社群已于2014年8月27日向ICANN提交了其所编制的《中文根域标签生成规则专家组组建提案》(简称"本提案" [PDF, 235 KB] 和 附件A [PDF, 167 KB])。ICANN工作人员已对这份提案进行了审核,包括专家组的构成和工作范围,以确保该提案符合《LGR规程》 [PDF, 772 KB] 中确定的要求,特别是《呼吁组建根域标签生成规则专家组》一文中确立的标准。


鉴于该专家组的构成和工作规划现已获批,中文生成专家组将立即着手制定标签生成规则。根据《LGR规程》 [PDF, 772 KB],任何生成专家组应首先关注2014年6月20日发布的《最大启动指令表》(MSR1)中规定的工作。 有关生成专家组的完整规格可参见《LGR规程》 [PDF, 772 KB],特别是第B.3节"变体规则生成规程"。

ICANN将为项目网站 提供一个集中的公共工作空间,以发布中文生成专家组的构成、工作规划最新动态、公共报告、联系信息和任何其他相关信息。


如需有关如何组建生成专家组、或提交个人或组织组建生成专家组意向的其他信息,请参考《呼吁组建根域标签生成规则专家组》 一文,以及根域LGR项目网站 上提供的其他支持文件。

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