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Universal Acceptance (UA) Training Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Stephen Taylor
03:12:10
Good afternoon all
Mike Brennan - ICANN Org
03:12:13
Hello, and welcome to today's session. When submitting a question that you want to be read out loud on the mic,  please start with a <QUESTION> and end with a “</QUESTION>”. Text outside these quotes will be considered as part of “chat” and will not be read out loud on the microphone.  Please note that chat sessions are being archived and follow the ICANN Expected Standards of Behavior: http://www.icann.org/en/news/in-focus/accountability/expected-standard
Naela Sarras
03:12:18
Welcome all to this training session
Preeti Kamra
03:12:26
Warm Greetings from India. looking forwad for this session ! Preeti
Natalia Burton
03:12:45
Greetings from Jamaica!
Yogesh Kamra
03:12:58
Greetings from India :)
Gabrielle Johnson
03:13:09
Greetings from Trinidad and Tobago!
Nathania Hill
03:13:23
Greetings from Jamaica. 🇯🇲
Miguel Vega
03:14:15
Greetings from Puerto Rico 🇵🇷
Naela Sarras
03:14:15
Hello friends from around the world. So good to have you here
Glenn McKnight
03:14:18
More info at www.naralo.org
Albert Daniels
03:14:44
A very warm welcome to All Caribbean Participants!!
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
03:15:25
Please note that chat sessions are being archived and follow the ICANN Expected Standards of Behavior:http://www.icann.org/en/news/in-focus/accountability/expected-standard
Albert Daniels
03:15:26
Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, Puerto Rico and others
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
03:16:25
Here is the link to the Telegram group: https://t.me/+WRht2XzqI5BkZGJh
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
03:16:27
w
ben marcus
03:16:45
http://www.icann.org/en/news/in-focus/accountability/expected-standarddoesn't seem to work for me
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
03:16:45
We will make sure this link is available in the reference course materials posted on the course wiki
Mike Brennan - ICANN Org
03:16:58
Hello, and welcome to today's session. When submitting a question that you want to be read out loud on the mic,  please start with a <QUESTION> and end with a “</QUESTION>”. Text outside these quotes will be considered as part of “chat” and will not be read out loud on the microphone.  Please note that chat sessions are being archived and follow the ICANN Expected Standards of Behavior: https://www.icann.org/en/system/files/files/expected-standards-15sep16-en.pdf
Mike Brennan - ICANN Org
03:17:04
Hello all, please use that corrected link
ben marcus
03:17:30
thank you Mike
Katarina Gevorgyan (Armenia)
03:18:33
hello everybody from Armenia)
Kapil Goyal
03:19:42
Green Greetings from🇮🇳!!
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
03:21:19
The course materials and all the links referenced here will be available on the course wiki available here: https://community.icann.org/display/NARALO/NARALO+Universal+Acceptance+Training
Glenn McKnight
03:21:25
Hi Kapil, Nicole and Katarina VSIG folks
Katarina Gevorgyan (Armenia)
03:21:56
Hi Glenn, good to see you again :)
Kapil Goyal
03:21:56
Hello Glenn Sir, pleasure meeting
Nicole Hendrickson
03:22:28
Glad to be here
Nicole Hendrickson
03:22:40
Thanks Glenn
Jameson Pierre-louis
03:22:42
Hello VSIG fellows, glad to meet you again
Kapil Goyal
03:23:33
hi Shrutee, APSIG fellow
Frank Anati
03:31:49
hi everyone Frank Anati from Ghana 🇬🇭, https://www.linkedin.com/frank-anati
SHRUTEE BEPARI
03:32:50
hello Kapil Sir, thankyou for letting me know about this wonderful session
Glenn McKnight
03:33:29
https://en.unesco.org/news/internationalized-domain-names-still-reach-full-potential
Silvia Vivanco. ICANN org
03:33:48
Warm welcome to all participants from North America and all over the world
Sireka Lurch
03:34:22
Thank you @ Silvia Vivanco
Frank Anati
03:34:37
Thank you @ Silvia Vivanco
SARIKA BARRETT
03:34:37
Thank you
Glenn McKnight
03:35:00
Interesting doc from Microsoft on the RFC
Glenn McKnight
03:35:01
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/intl/handling-internationalized-domain-names--idns
Glenn McKnight
03:35:48
Link to the RFC
Glenn McKnight
03:35:49
http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc3490.html
Richard Simms
03:36:06
1c
Vanessa Bernard
03:36:34
Will we be able to access the recording after the session
Vanessa Bernard
03:36:50
I missed a section of the presentation and I would love to watch it again after
Anthony Dockery
03:37:03
this is the first quiz right?
Kapil Goyal
03:37:13
Great Shrutee.. gd 2 C U..
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
03:37:26
@Anthony yes this is the first quiz
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
03:38:00
@Vanessa yes we are recoding the session and will provide instructions on how to access the materials
Glenn McKnight
03:38:07
Is the script Armenian?
Sidaya Coley
03:38:21
it looks like thai
Glenn McKnight
03:38:28
thanks
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
03:38:29
It is indeed Thai
Glenn McKnight
03:38:55
A bad joke " its all Greek to me" :)
SARIKA BARRETT
03:39:27
@Sarras thank you for providing us with the recording.
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
03:39:33
It is the ccTLD for Thailand
Kapil Goyal
03:44:25
https://www.ficci-ilia.in/#:~:text=FICCI%2DILIA%20helps%20India's%20language,generation%20digital%20transformation%20of%20India.
Kapil Goyal
03:44:47
FICCI - INDIAN LANGUAGE INTERNET ALLIANCE
Daniel Fink
03:46:19
Very interesting Kapil.
Daniel Fink
03:46:32
Is FICCI already talking with UASG ?
Daniel Fink
03:47:00
I’m pretty sure you are already in touch with Dr. Ajay Data.
Hu-Jean Russell
03:47:13
will do
Kapil Goyal
03:47:16
yes,
Glenn McKnight
03:47:33
Yes Dr. Data has done some great work. I did a video interview with him a while back Need to find it
Daniel Fink
03:47:46
Https://uasg.tech
Kapil Goyal
03:47:49
I had great discussion with Dr. data
Glenn McKnight
03:48:27
https://youtu.be/fd5IUwhVxXg
Kapil Goyal
03:48:33
during inSig 2018., New Delhi, similar session during ILIA webinar
Glenn McKnight
03:48:52
yes Kapil I was at that session too
Glenn McKnight
03:49:42
Here is the video I did with him in Montreal
Glenn McKnight
03:49:43
https://youtu.be/CIE9CMn0zzE
Kapil Goyal
03:49:56
yes sir, I still remember good time spent with you too..
Eduardo Diaz - NARALO Chair
03:50:35
Visit https://atlarge.icann.org to join the appropriate Regional At-Large Organization (RALO) for your country of origin. It is an excellent opportunity to learn about the Domain Name System and everything that it encompasses. RALOs represent their views in ICANN's bottom-up, consensus-based, multi-stakeholder policy development process. We can always benefit from new perspectives; So join a RALO and help improve the Internet.
Daniel Fink
03:51:02
ht
Hu-Jean Russell
03:51:16
your domain or website, could be reachable in wider regions if you apply the knowledge here.
Seda Akbulut
03:53:36
Also, unfortunately, addressing complaints about website content or otherwise abusive websites is outside of ICANN's scope and authority.
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
03:53:56
@Nicole could you please lower your hand unless you have another question
Roxanne Morris
03:55:08
</QUESTION> Are there measures in place to address malicious use of domain names? </QUESTION>
Richard Simms
03:57:35
Can domain names be more fortified so as to be protected from hackers?
SHRUTEE BEPARI
03:57:39
question- what is emoji in domain names? can we use emoji in domain name?
Nassil Regis
03:57:39
would the domain names be able to be convertible?
Kapil Goyal
03:57:50
( Question; We in India speak different languages, Do we need Global UA Framework to address multilingual isssues. how to address.
Sarmad Hussain
04:00:53
@Roxanne, there is work on the community to address secure use of IDNs - see the work on Root Zone Label Generation Rules: https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/root-zone-lgr-2015-06-21-en
Althea Mitchell Williams
04:04:43
YES IT DOES
Sidaya Coley
04:04:54
I don't believe that the devs should be responsible for other people's behaviour, for instance there are multiple services available today that people use with malicious intent, for example, Telegram. Yes, there can be measures in place to prevent this but they are not the police and what they can do is alert the proper authorities when misuse is detected. What they should be responsible for is the security of the service.
Sarmad Hussain
04:05:30
Re. Emojis in domain names, please see https://www.icann.org/en/system/files/files/idn-emojis-domain-names-13feb19-en.pdf
SHRUTEE BEPARI
04:05:52
thankyou @Sarmad
Sanjay Lawrence
04:05:53
How do would stop fake name from use to miss lead you
Roxanne Morris
04:06:05
@Sarmad Thanks for the info!
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
04:06:35
Thank you Sarmad
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
04:07:21
Here is the twitter handle for the Universal Acceptance Steering Group that Joe mentioned: @UASGTech
Sarmad Hussain - ICANN Org
04:18:27
Punycode conversion: https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc3492
Viraj Peduru Hewage
04:21:45
Thanks @Sarmad Hussain
Glenn McKnight
04:25:00
ICANN Glossary of terms
Glenn McKnight
04:25:00
https://www.icann.org/en/icann-acronyms-and-terms?nav-letter=a&page=1
Peter Koch
04:25:27
Making UTF8 the default for DNS was heavily debated back then, but the wisdom of the time was, asmong other reasons: it would have confused the “installed base” of systems and software on the net; note there are no flag days that would support central changes and two decades ago there weren’t two dominant app stores and automated updates that would have supported (instant) upgrades of large numbers of systems in no time
Daniel Fink
04:26:24
Very good, Peter. Thank you
Sivasubramanian M
04:28:34
#comment, for clarity: The characters and numbers that form part of the ASCII table is in fact a subset of the Unicode table which is larger. Isn't it logical to replace the ASCII codes with Unicode and make Unicode the singular code for the DNS, rather than introduce Unicode as a layer that needed to be converted 'backward' into ASCII to result in a cumbersome system that resolved a) as ASCII + b) as punycode ASCII translated from Unicode ? (answered already. Question rephrased for clarity of record)
Sivasubramanian M
04:30:38
... are in fact .... (typo)
Sivasubramanian M
04:54:05
What is regex?
Sarmad Hussain - ICANN Org
04:54:32
Regex = regular expression
Sivasubramanian M
04:55:34
@samad why a limit of 6-7 characters for regex?
Sivasubramanian M
04:56:06
@Sarmad (sorry)
Sarmad Hussain - ICANN Org
04:57:58
Limiting a label to 6-7 characters is incorrect. Earlier Top-level domains were normally less than 7 characters (e.g. com = 3 characters) so these expressions were used.
Sarmad Hussain - ICANN Org
04:58:21
But this is no longer true.
Sarmad Hussain - ICANN Org
04:58:46
Six for .museum
Sivasubramanian M
04:59:22
Thank you. 6-7 charcter limit in regex implied the limits of the programmer's imagination in those times
Sarmad Hussain - ICANN Org
05:00:02
Yes, an arbitrary limit; standard allows for up to 63.
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
05:00:03
Dennis said the list of TLDs in the root zone changes periodically. This link gives an authoritative list of TLDs currently active in the root zone: https://data.iana.org/TLD/tlds-alpha-by-domain.txt
Sivasubramanian M
05:00:55
it is no longer use, but not all code ever written is upgraded, some code of old may remain unattended and unchanged somewhere
Kapil Goyal
05:07:10
thank you @ Daniel
Alexandra Dans
05:07:44
Congratulations all!
Emilio F H P de Freitas
05:07:54
thksssss
Sivasubramanian M
05:07:56
Thank you. It is an informative, well structured lecture.
Allan Magezi ICANN73 Fellow
05:08:01
Thank you Joe and Daniel
Astasharnie Bryan
05:08:03
Thank you.
SARIKA BARRETT
05:08:09
thank you
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
05:08:12
Thank you all
Atila Raphael
05:08:42
Thanks
Dieka Nash
05:08:50
Thank you
Kibaloussinam Ignace PASSAOU
05:09:33
thank you. it was my first time with the concepts but I got major parts.
Glenn McKnight
05:09:36
We need some music
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
05:10:02
Please use the Telegram channel if you are not there already
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
05:10:14
We’ll use that to collaborate and share info in the meantime
Glenn McKnight
05:10:29
bye all
Silvia Vivanco. ICANN org
05:10:32
NARALO UA training wiki : https://community.icann.org/display/NARALO/NARALO+Universal+Acceptance+Training
Sanjay Lawrence
05:10:41
bye
Jameson Pierre-louis
05:10:45
Thank you everyone, looking forward to learn more
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
05:10:46
please download the Telegram application (https://telegram.org/).”And joins the Telegram group”https://t.me/+WRht2XzqI5BkZGJh
Joe Catapano
05:10:50
uasg.tech
Lissan Mills
05:10:58
Bye
ben marcus
05:10:59
thank you
Silvia Vivanco. ICANN org
05:11:01
Thank you all for your great participation~
Sidaya Coley
05:11:03
Goodbye, enjoy the rest of your day
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
05:11:07
Thank you all
Naela Sarras (ICANN Org)
05:11:10
Thanks Dennis and Joe
Althea Mitchell Williams
05:11:13
THANK YOU
Nelson Juarez (nic.ni)
05:11:14
thank you all
Amine Hacha - ICANN fellow
05:11:18
thank you
Katarina Gevorgyan (Armenia)
05:11:20
Bye. thanks
Makesi Augustus
05:11:20
Thank you