[UA-discuss] Universal Acceptance now on Wikipedia...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Acceptance

Dr. Ajay DATA ajay at data.in
Sun Dec 31 19:10:55 UTC 2017

Good suggestion.

Please Universally Accept my Happy New Year Wishes ..  its12:40am in India. 

Best wishes.


On 31 December 2017 23:28:01 GMT+05:30, Andre Schappo <A.Schappo at lboro.ac.uk> wrote:
>Looks really good.
>Actually, having now seen your business card, I have another
>Blue is a colour that most computer users would associate with links. I
>have been in computing since the beginning of the web. Blue as a link
>colour is ingrained in my thinking and mouse movements. So much so that
>documents which highlight non-link text in blue really throw me.
>Without consciously thinking about the text that is highlighted in
>blue, I am expecting it to be a link. And without reading the text that
>is highlighted in blue I am expecting it to be a link. This is all
>happening subconsciously. Only once I focus and think about it
>consciously do I realise that the blue is being used to highlight
>ordinary text and it does not indicate a link. Thankfully not many
>documents use blue to highlight non-link text because I think I would
>find that quite annoying.
>So, my suggestion is to colour blue the email and web links in the
>bottom right hand corner of your business card, rather than white. It
>then, at a glance, makes it more obvious  that these are links.
>Approx 6 hours to go to the new year here in England, so, Happy New
>Year Everyone
>André Schappo
>On 30 Dec 2017, at 16:53, Dr. Ajay DATA
><ajay at data.in<mailto:ajay at data.in>> wrote:
>Andre.. well said.. this is exactly the way we present on our business
>cards .. see on the right-bottom of the card.. its in Hindi..
>On 30 December 2017 22:05:39 GMT+05:30, Andre Schappo
><A.Schappo at lboro.ac.uk<mailto:A.Schappo at lboro.ac.uk>> wrote:
>I have just worked how to properly present IDNs in Apple Mail. By
>properly present I mean without any ASCII, so no https:// or www
>Korea NIC ➜
>Korea University ➜ 고려대학교.한국<http://xn--299a9hr4mn4fgs6b.xn--3e0b707e/>
>André Schappo
>On 30 Dec 2017, at 11:18, Andre Schappo
><A.Schappo at lboro.ac.uk<mailto:A.Schappo at lboro.ac.uk>> wrote:
>Really good to see UA on wikipedia. It feels like UA has made the
>2 suggestions:-
>1️⃣ In the wikipedia article there are indirect references to
>https://uasg.tech<https://uasg.tech/> eg
>https://uasg.tech/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/UASG-Report-UASG016.pdf I
>think there should be a direct reference to uasg home page in the
>wikipedia article ie https://uasg.tech<https://uasg.tech/>
>2️⃣ drop the www —  eg in the wikipedia article there is the link
>I suggest using
>instead. My experience is that the majority of people think the initial
>www is necessary but in the majority of web addresses the www is not
>necessary. My reasoning is that having the www prefix is contrary to
>IDNs because one then has mixed scripts in an IDN. Take Korea NIC.
>Their IDN is
>They do support
>but they do not make the www necessary and they do not redirect to the
>www form.
>Now, what I have written is also contradictory because I have used
>https:// so that my Apple Mail App will linkify. When I put links in my
>webpages I would only display to users 한국인터넷정보센터.한국 My hope for the
>future is that linkification will become more sophisticated and be able
>linkify 한국인터넷정보센터.한국 without the need for www or https:// thus
>resulting, in this case, a fully korean hangeul domain name.
>So, I suggest the working practice — when possible (which I think is
>most of the time), drop both the www and https:// when presenting the
>domain name to end users.
>André Schappo
>On 30 Dec 2017, at 08:15, Don Hollander
><don.hollander at icann.org<mailto:don.hollander at icann.org>> wrote:
>A nice way to end a fairly productive year.
>André Schappo
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