[dns-operations] Emoji "Female" symbol fails to resolve at Google's 8.8.8.8 & 8.8.4.4

Patrik Fältström paf at frobbit.se
Thu Jul 13 14:48:06 UTC 2017



On 13 Jul 2017, at 16:11, Andrew Sullivan wrote:

> (It's also kinda strange
> that Patrik says that SSAC "discovered" that IDNA doesn't permit
> these, since he's actually the author of the document that says that.
> I'm sure it was a matter of presentation, but it sounds a little
> strange if you know the history.)

I probably used crappy English.

In Swedish one say "discover" also when a. one get a question on whether emoji is ok, and b. find that the IDNA standard is not allowing emoji.

I.e. even if one just do a check in the Unicode tables for a code point and see it is not PVALID, it is still "discovered" that it is not PVALID.

Regardless of how little "research" it was.

Key point is, as you write Andrew, that it is definitely not ICANN that have made the decision. ICANN refer to IDNA2008.

   Patrik
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