[UA-discuss] Programming Language Evaluation Criteria - Final Comment Period
joseph.yee at gmail.com
Thu Mar 23 22:15:49 UTC 2017
Section 4.1.3 IDNA2008: Convert ASCII domain name to Unicode
In one of the test:
普遍接受-测试.世界 or 普遍接受-测试。世界
The second expected output had a Chinese punctuation period instead of a
dot. While many modern browsers can handle the Chinese period mark, it is
not part of the domain. This , IMO, should be treated as negative test case
or taken out.
Section 4.2.1 Domain name: syntactic check
I noticed of the TODO tagged to add more tests, and recommend here to make
sure we should have test cases that involved CONTEXTO and CONTEXTJ.
Section 4.3.2 Domain name: decompose into components
ua-test.link ---> ua-test, link
I recommend to add ccTLD with subzones to the test suite such as *.co.uk,
*.com.au, etc. This test will give users more insight of whether the tool
considered "ua-test.co.uk" has "uk" or "co.uk" as TLD. This will make the
scoring decision more complicate, but I would love to see this kind of
tests conducted and documented.
Rather than writing all above in the doc, I want to bring this up for more
discussion. I also have few edit related comments in the doc.
On Thu, Mar 23, 2017 at 3:08 PM, Don Hollander <don.hollander at icann.org>
> The Programming Language Evaluation Criteria is in its final review phase.
> We would like to get this work finalised.
> Latest version is at
> Can you please make comments, ideally within the document, by the 5th of
> Don Hollander
> Universal Acceptance Steering Group
> Skype: don_hollander
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