[UA-discuss] Ideas of Publicly Accessible Test Suite of domain names
brentlondon at google.com
Fri Oct 2 17:54:04 UTC 2015
Domain Test is a tool that we made to help with this. It's accessible at
http://domaintest.foo and on ~120 other TLDs (including some IDNs).
It's similar to what you propose, except that it by design can only work
with valid domain names. (For obvious reasons, we can't have an invalid TLD
point to a hosted test suite.)
Check out the documentation link from the page above to learn how it works
and what domains are compatible with it.
On Oct 2, 2015 12:36 AM, "Don Hollander" <don.hollander at icann.org> wrote:
> Dear all:
> One of the tasks that’s being consider is the create of a Test Suite of
> domain names and e-mail addresses that can be used to test an application
> for it’s UA readiness.
> This might include:
> 1. Ascii.com <http://ascii.com>
> 2. Invalid TLD
> 3. Ascii.nTLD
> 4. Ascii.punycode
> 5. Ascii.unicode
> 6. Unicode.unicode
> 7. Long TLD
> 8. Five Character TLD
> 9. Nascent TLD
> Some people may be happy to register their own domain name for each of the
> categories - but not everyone might. Particularly for the Unicode.unicode.
> I’m wondering if people have any ideas of how we might be able to create a
> public resource that people can use to test their systems if they don’t
> want to secure their own domain names? One thought had been to set up a
> mailing list that is publicly visible and people can access that to see if
> their welcome message appears.
> I would very much welcome those of you with a Geeky bent to let me know
> (on or off list) of any ideas the you think might work.
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