[Latingp] Variant cross-script analysis worksheets
Tan Tanaka, Dennis
dtantanaka at verisign.com
Wed May 30 20:08:39 UTC 2018
From: Meikal Mumin <meikal.mumin at uni-koeln.de>
Date: Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at 10:14 AM
To: Bill Jouris <bill.jouris at insidethestack.com>, Dennis Tan Tanaka <dtantanaka at verisign.com>, Michael Bauland <Michael.Bauland at knipp.de>, Sarmad Hussain <sarmad.hussain at icann.org>
Cc: Latin GP <LatinGP at icann.org>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: [Latingp] Variant cross-script analysis worksheets
My conclusion is that it is more complex than reducing things to "homoglyphs" but I do not think that (at least linguistically) we have a strong definition of homoglyphs
On homoglyphs the Latin GP has received the following guidance from IP, in writing and verbally (during the Brussels workshop)
“In the context of the Root Zone, the Procedure is quite clear in that it considers simple similarity of appearance to be outside the scope of the Root Zone LGR. In admitting exact homoglyphs, the IP has been making the argument that ‘e’ in Latin (U+0065) and ‘е’ in Cyrillic(U+0435) are not just visually indistinguishable, but that their distinct code points effectively represent a disunification by script property.” – Email from IP to Latin GP of 18 October 2017 in response to our draft Principles for Inclusion and Exclusion of Code Points in Latin Script for the Root Zone, and in particular to our Analysis of Variants in the Latin Script for the Root Zone.
“The kinds of variants to be defined in the Root Zone LGR are limited to homoglyphs, which are characters with essentially identical appearance by design, instead of merely similar appearance.” – Integration Panel feedback to Latin GP proposal of 22 March 2017.
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