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格鲁吉亚文社群组建根区标签生成规则 (LGR) 专家组

ICANN 非常高兴地宣布针对格鲁吉亚文的根区标签生成规则 (LGR) 专家组现已正式组建。

依照日前发布的《呼吁组建根区标签生成规则专家组》一文,格鲁吉亚文社群已于 2016 年 6 月 2 日向 ICANN 提交了其所编制的《格鲁吉亚文根区标签生成规则专家组组建提案》 [PDF, 392 KB]。ICANN 员工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《呼吁组建根区标签生成规则专家组》一文中确立的标准。

“我们代表 ICANN 衷心感谢格鲁吉亚文社群志愿编制《格鲁吉亚文根区标签生成规则提案》,”ICANN 国际化域名项目工作人员萨尔麦德·侯赛因 (Sarmad Hussain) 指出。

鉴于该专家组的构成和工作规划现已获批,格鲁吉亚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],任何生成专家组的最初工作均为编制最大启动字汇 (MSR),该字汇的第二版 (MSR-2) 已于 2015 年 4 月 27 日发布。有关生成专家组的完整规格请参见《LGR 规程》[PDF, 772 KB],特别是第 B.3 节“变体规则生成规程”。

为了提醒并强调文字社群组建 IDN 根区标签生成专家组的重要性,我们想再次重申《呼吁组建根区标签生成规则专家组》一文。根区 LGR 的成功编制取决于在根区中为每种文字组建一个生成专家组。除了目前对中文、西里尔文、埃塞俄比亚文、格鲁吉亚文、希腊文、日文、高棉文、韩文、老挝文、拉丁文、新婆罗米文和泰国文所做的工作以外,我们还希望能够组建其他文字的生成专家组,包括:希伯来文、缅甸文、僧伽罗文和藏文。

如需了解如何组建生成专家组的信息,请参考《呼吁组建根区标签生成规则专家组》一文,以及根区 LGR 项目网站上提供的其他支持文件。如有意向请发送邮件至


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