[menog] FW: Call for Participation - Latin Generation Panel
ebw at abenaki.wabanaki.net
Fri Aug 7 21:35:01 UTC 2015
Dear Fahd, and others subscribed to the MENOG (Middle East Network
Operators Group) mailing list,
As anyone who has used the limited keyboard common to cell phones knows,
it can be more convenient to write in ASCII, and left-to-right, when the
device does not (correctly, or currently) support right-to-left text
input, and character repertoires other than ASCII.
For this reason, I write to you to share with you my personal view that
Arabic Chat Script  is a Latin Script, that mnemonic identifiers are
formed using Arabic Chat Script, and valid DNS labels may be formed
using Arabic Chat Script, associating some identifier with some
underlying resource at some host, via the DNS.
It is my hope that one or more individuals who are regular users of
Arabic Script, and who are also regular users of Arabic Chat Script will
offer to assist ICANN's Latin Generation Panel activity .
Thank you all for your very valuable time.
Eric Brunner-Williams, co-chair
On 8/6/15 7:32 AM, Fahd Batayneh wrote:
> For those with expertise in the Latin Script and is interested in
> IDNs, the Latin Script is coming together to seat a Generation panel
> for this script. If interested, please read the attached document and
> apply accordingly.
> Thank you,
> *Sent:*Wednesday, August 05, 2015 12:22 PM
> *Subject:* [vip] Call for participation - Latin Generation Panel
> Dear colleagues,
> Please find attached to this email the call for participation for the
> Latin Generation Panel. It is in the process of being formed.
> It will focus on the identification of the permissible set of
> code-point repertoires, variants, if any, and the associated Whole
> Label Evaluation (WLE) rules. Similar treatment of all the related
> languages will promote the secure deployment and ease of use of Latin
> script labels for the community.
> The main aim of the Panel is to treat all Latin-based languages in a
> similar manner in terms of Label Generation Rule (LGR) formation.
> Interested candidates need to submit a covering email to
> idntlds at icann.org <mailto:idntlds at icann.org> along with the following
> 1. Expression of interest
> 2. Short profile pertinent to IDNs/lCANN/linguistics
> For further information, please see the Panel's wiki page:
> https://community.icann.org/display/croscomlgrprocedure/Latin+GP and
> the generic call for volunteers:
> Chris Dillon.
> Research Associate in Linguistic Computing, Centre for Digital
> Humanities, UCL, Gower St, London WC1E 6BT Tel +44 20 7679 1599 (int
> 31599) www.ucl.ac.uk/dis/people/chrisdillon
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