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Troisième version du répertoire maximal initial (MSR-3) pour l’élaboration de règles de génération d’étiquettes pour la zone racine (RZ-LGR)

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Date d'ouverture : 17 janvier 2018 Date de clôture : 26 février 2018
Organisation à l'origine de la consultation : Division des domaines mondiaux
Catégories/Étiquettes : Domaines de premier niveau
Bref aperçu : L'ICANN publie pour consultation publique la troisième version du répertoire maximal initial (MSR-3 : HTML, XML). Cette version est compatible avec la version précédente MSR-2 et incorpore trois points de code dans chacun des répertoires des écritures chinoise et latine. Dans le cadre de la Procédure pour développer et maintenir des règles de génération d'étiquettes pour la zone racine relative aux étiquettes IDN [PDF, 772 KB], le MSR est le point de départ du travail des panels de génération de la communauté, chargés d'élaborer des propositions de règles de génération d'étiquettes pour la zone racine (RZ-LGR) applicables à différentes écritures. Le contenu du MSR-3 et le détail des raisons à l'origine de son développement sont décrits dans « Répertoire maximal initial – MSR-3- Aperçu et raison d'être » [PDF, 1,1 MB].
Lien : https://www.icann.org/public-comments/msr-3-2018-01-17-en

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