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For Reserve allocation/rolling basis please provide a justification explaining why the project should be considered for funding. Max 4,000 characters OPS Project Code: Fill if applicable. Project Duration (in months): * Maximum duration 12 months. (...) Explain how they have been identified and targeted. Max 4,000 characters. Grant Request Justification: * Justify why your organization is best placed to deliver this project. (...) Max. 4,000 characters Implementation Plan * Describe the implementation plan of the project, including: - which components of the project will be sub-granted to other entities such as NGOs, governmental entities, or contractors.
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Score: 1399936.4 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...ject%20Proposal%20template.doc
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Facts • A total of 92 new characters: Positivlist on supported characters - Only digits or letters from Latin-1 Supplement and Latin Extended-A satisfying character=Nameprep(character) - No special characters like “€” - http://www.denic.de/en/domains/idns/liste.html • No language tags, no variants, no bundling • Support of IDN Standards (RFC3490, 3491, 3492) • Concepts of RFC 3743 do not apply in Germany • Object of contract is the IDN form, not ACE (e.g. citroën.de, nestlé.de) • First Come, First Served • Introduction by means of Big Bang © DENIC eG 92 Additional characters strohbach@denic.de 5 Technical hurdles • It was not the IDNA standard, but: • Big bang setup: Only one TCP connection to DENIC mailer per registrar allowed. • There was no realtime registration interface back then • Internationalization of domain name slots in our database, website, DMS.. • Upgrades to software: drivers, fonts, text editors, terminals, browsers, mail clients.. • Updates drive to bugs, bugs drive to more updates • Reliable testing of the whole testbed Support hurdles • Before launch: • How to register IDNs • Which characters are allowed • Chances for an IDN if transliterated domain exists • After launch: • How to type characters which aren’t located at the keyboard • IDNs don’t work as expected, though we tried to circulate information as much as possible: http://www.denic.de/en/domains/idns/browser.html • A technical newsletter reporting on 1st April that all IDNs were going to be reassigned: http://tinyurl.com/2gna2 Legal issues • Before launch: • Registrants sytematically threatening DENIC members to protect their alleged trade mark rights. (...) March 24:00:00 Uhr we received and processed 625.374 jobs - 24% were sucessfull - 69 % were doublets - 7% were failures IDN Start Analysis: Most wanted domains 240reisebüro.de 253ärzte.de 257küchen.de 263flüge.de 282büro.de 282küche.de 284börse.de 302bücher.de 303glückwunsch.de 318möbel.de Number of requests Domain Experiences since then - Until now 250.000+ registered IDN-domains (+80%) - Despite intensive warnings – there were infringements of name- and trademarkrights - But many disputes already resolved in the first weeks - Press results were mainly positiv (besides missing IE support for IDNs (Over 1,000 press reports, 20 radio interviews, 5 TV reports) IDN@DE is now on the way to become a common standard © DENIC eG Analysis: ASCII / IDN domains (30.4.2006) Total: 9.826.171 ASCII: 9.533.861 (97,03 %) IDN: 292.310 ( 2,97 %) 0 50000 100000 150000 200000 250000 300000 350000 Mr z 0 4 Ma i 0 4 Ju l 0 4 Se p 0 4 No v 0 4 Ja n 0 5 Mr z 0 5 Ma i 0 5 Ju l 0 5 Se p 0 5 No v 0 5 Ja n 0 6 Mr z 0 6 DE Growth without IDN DE Growth IDN strohbach@denic.de 13 Analysis: Characters in DB IDNs under DE (snapshot 06/18/2005) 42% 30% 27% 1% ü ä ö others Analysis: Characters in DB Non-Umlaut character appearances under DE (snapshot 06/18/2005) 1427 314 179164 151 120 113 96 92 81 78 68 61 58 57 53 5040 3533 332726 232119181814 13131111101088777666665555544444 44444333333333333222 2 2 é í á è ó ø ç î ô ë ê â à ñ æ ú å ì ò ı All new 92 characters are currently in use. ı is the first non Latin-1character (Turkish) with 33 occurrences. Analysis: DNS queries Evolution of DNS queries for IDNs under DE 1,39 1,74 1,45 1,30 0,00 0,20 0,40 0,60 0,80 1,00 1,20 1,40 1,60 1,80 2,00 Week -1 Week 1 Week 4 Week 9 DENIC IDN week d. de .n et , ‰ o f D N S qu er ie s fo r I D N Only from one primary, week mean values, discontinuous periodical samples, not cleaned statistically Analysis: DNS queries Only from one primary, week mean value, discontinuous periodical samples, not cleaned statistically d.de.net: DNS queries for IDNs under DE (week -1) ACE 11% RACE 3% Binary, non UTF-8 17% Binary, probably UTF-8 69% ACE RACE Binary, non UTF-8 Binary, probably UTF-8 Analysis: DNS queries Only from one primary, week mean value, discontinuous periodical samples, not cleaned statistically d.de.net: DNS queries for IDNs under DE (week 9) ACE 20% RACE 1% Binary, non UTF-8 15%Binary, probably UTF-8 64% ACE RACE Binary, non UTF-8 Binary, probably UTF-8 Homograph attack • In February 2005 Shmoo publishes their IDN spoofing proof-of- concept • http://www.shmoo.com/idn/homograph.txt • CENTR and DENIC statements on IDN homograph attacks: • http://www.centr.org/docs/2005/02/homographs.html • http://www.denic.de/en/domains/idns/homograph.html • DENIC IDN character subset does not contain homographs. • DENIC works together with the expert community (e.g.
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Score: 1380144.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work.../presentations/S4-Dolderer.pdf
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Character-Presentation-Attributes (Rec. T.416:03/1993) -- Module Character-Presentation-Attributes (T.416:03/1993) -- See also ITU-T T.416 (03/1993) -- See also the index of all ASN.1 assignments needed in this Recommendation Character-Presentation-Attributes {2 8 1 6 2} DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN EXPORTS Character-Attributes, One-Of-Four-Angles, One-Of-Two-Angles, Measure-Pair, Alignment, Layout-Table, Graphic-Rendition, Formatting-Indicator, Character-Fonts, Itemization, Kerning-Offset, Proportional-Line-Spacing, Pairwise-Kerning; Character-Attributes ::= SET { character-path [0] IMPLICIT One-Of-Four-Angles OPTIONAL , line-progression [1] IMPLICIT One-Of-Two-Angles OPTIONAL , character-orientation [2] IMPLICIT One-Of-Four-Angles OPTIONAL , initial-offset [3] IMPLICIT Measure-Pair OPTIONAL , character-spacing [6] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL , line-spacing [7] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL , alignment [8] IMPLICIT Alignment OPTIONAL , line-layout-table [9] IMPLICIT Layout-Table OPTIONAL , graphic-rendition [10] IMPLICIT Graphic-Rendition OPTIONAL , formatting-indicator [11] IMPLICIT Formatting-Indicator OPTIONAL , character-fonts [12] IMPLICIT Character-Fonts OPTIONAL , graphic-char-subrepertoire [13] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL , itemization [14] IMPLICIT Itemization OPTIONAL , widow-size [15] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL , orphan-size [16] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL , graphic-character-sets [17] IMPLICIT OCTET STRING OPTIONAL , indentation [19] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL , kerning-offset [20] IMPLICIT Kerning-Offset OPTIONAL , proportional-line-spacing [21] IMPLICIT Proportional-Line-Spacing OPTIONAL , pairwise-kerning [22] IMPLICIT Pairwise-Kerning OPTIONAL , first-line-offset [23] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL , code-extension-announcers [24] IMPLICIT OCTET STRING OPTIONAL } One-Of-Four-Angles ::= INTEGER {d0(0), d90(1), d180(2), d270(3)} One-Of-Two-Angles ::= INTEGER {d90(1), d270(3)} Measure-Pair ::= SEQUENCE { horizontal [0] IMPLICIT INTEGER , vertical [1] IMPLICIT INTEGER } Alignment ::= INTEGER { start-aligned(0), end-aligned(1), centred(2), justified(3)} Layout-Table ::= SET OF Tabulation-Stop Tabulation-Stop ::= SET { tabulation-reference [0] IMPLICIT NumericString , tabulation-position [1] IMPLICIT INTEGER , alignment [2] IMPLICIT INTEGER {start-aligned(0), end-aligned(1), centred(2), aligned-around(3)}, alignment-character-string [3] IMPLICIT OCTET STRING OPTIONAL } -- string of graphic characters -- from the set of graphic elements -- specified by the presentation -- attributes "graphic character -- sets" and "graphic character -- subrepertoire" Graphic-Rendition ::= SET OF Graphic-Rendition-Aspect Character-Fonts ::= SET { primary-font [0] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL , first-alternative-font [1] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL , second-alternative-font [2] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL , third-alternative-font [3] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL , fourth-alternative-font [4] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL , fifth-alternative-font [5] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL , sixth-alternative-font [6] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL , seventh-alternative-font [7] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL , eighth-alternative-font [8] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL , ninth-alternative-font [9] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL } Font-Type ::= SET { font-size [0] IMPLICIT INTEGER , font-identifier [1] IMPLICIT INTEGER } Graphic-Rendition-Aspect ::= INTEGER { cancel(0), increased-intensity(1), decreased-intensity(2), italicized(3), underlined(4), slowly-blinking(5), rapidly-blinking(6), negative-image(7), crossed-out(9), primary-font(10), first-alternative-font(11), second-alternative-font(12), third-alternative-font(13), fourth-alternative-font(14), fifth-alternative-font(15), sixth-alternative-font(16), seventh-alternative-font(17), eighth-alternative-font(18), ninth-alternative-font(19), doubly-underlined(21), normal-intensity(22), not-italicized(23), not-underlined(24), steady(25), variable-spacing(26), positive-image(27), not-crossed-out(29), black-foreground(30), red-foreground(31), green-foreground(32), yellow-foreground(33), blue-foreground(34), magenta-foreground(35), cyan-foreground(36), white-foreground(37), select-char-foreground-colour(38), black-background(40), red-background(41), green-background(42), yellow-background(43), blue-background(44), magenta-background(45), cyan-background(46), white-background(47), select-char-background-colour(48), not-variable-spacing(50)} Formatting-Indicator ::= INTEGER {no(0), yes(1)} Itemization ::= SET { identifier-alignment [0] IMPLICIT INTEGER {no-itemization(0), start-aligned(1), end-aligned(2)}, identifier-start-offset [1] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL , identifier-end-offset [2] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL } Kerning-Offset ::= SET { start-offset [0] IMPLICIT INTEGER , end-offset [1] IMPLICIT INTEGER } Proportional-Line-Spacing ::= INTEGER {no(0), yes(1)} Pairwise-Kerning ::= INTEGER {no(0), yes(1)} END -- Generated by Asnp, the ASN.1 pretty-printer of France Telecom R&D
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Score: 1377149.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...r-Presentation-Attributes.html
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-- Module Character-Presentation-Attributes (T.416:03/1993) Character-Presentation-Attributes {2 8 1 6 2} DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN EXPORTS Character-Attributes, One-Of-Four-Angles, One-Of-Two-Angles, Measure-Pair, Alignment, Layout-Table, Graphic-Rendition, Formatting-Indicator, Character-Fonts, Itemization, Kerning-Offset, Proportional-Line-Spacing, Pairwise-Kerning; Character-Attributes ::= SET { character-path [0] IMPLICIT One-Of-Four-Angles OPTIONAL, line-progression [1] IMPLICIT One-Of-Two-Angles OPTIONAL, character-orientation [2] IMPLICIT One-Of-Four-Angles OPTIONAL, initial-offset [3] IMPLICIT Measure-Pair OPTIONAL, character-spacing [6] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL, line-spacing [7] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL, alignment [8] IMPLICIT Alignment OPTIONAL, line-layout-table [9] IMPLICIT Layout-Table OPTIONAL, graphic-rendition [10] IMPLICIT Graphic-Rendition OPTIONAL, formatting-indicator [11] IMPLICIT Formatting-Indicator OPTIONAL, character-fonts [12] IMPLICIT Character-Fonts OPTIONAL, graphic-char-subrepertoire [13] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL, itemization [14] IMPLICIT Itemization OPTIONAL, widow-size [15] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL, orphan-size [16] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL, graphic-character-sets [17] IMPLICIT OCTET STRING OPTIONAL, indentation [19] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL, kerning-offset [20] IMPLICIT Kerning-Offset OPTIONAL, proportional-line-spacing [21] IMPLICIT Proportional-Line-Spacing OPTIONAL, pairwise-kerning [22] IMPLICIT Pairwise-Kerning OPTIONAL, first-line-offset [23] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL, code-extension-announcers [24] IMPLICIT OCTET STRING OPTIONAL } One-Of-Four-Angles ::= INTEGER {d0(0), d90(1), d180(2), d270(3)} One-Of-Two-Angles ::= INTEGER {d90(1), d270(3)} Measure-Pair ::= SEQUENCE { horizontal [0] IMPLICIT INTEGER, vertical [1] IMPLICIT INTEGER } Alignment ::= INTEGER { start-aligned(0), end-aligned(1), centred(2), justified(3)} Layout-Table ::= SET OF Tabulation-Stop Tabulation-Stop ::= SET { tabulation-reference [0] IMPLICIT NumericString, tabulation-position [1] IMPLICIT INTEGER, alignment [2] IMPLICIT INTEGER {start-aligned(0), end-aligned(1), centred(2), aligned-around(3)}, alignment-character-string [3] IMPLICIT OCTET STRING OPTIONAL } -- string of graphic characters -- from the set of graphic elements -- specified by the presentation -- attributes "graphic character -- sets" and "graphic character -- subrepertoire" Graphic-Rendition ::= SET OF Graphic-Rendition-Aspect Character-Fonts ::= SET { primary-font [0] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL, first-alternative-font [1] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL, second-alternative-font [2] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL, third-alternative-font [3] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL, fourth-alternative-font [4] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL, fifth-alternative-font [5] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL, sixth-alternative-font [6] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL, seventh-alternative-font [7] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL, eighth-alternative-font [8] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL, ninth-alternative-font [9] IMPLICIT Font-Type OPTIONAL } Font-Type ::= SET { font-size [0] IMPLICIT INTEGER, font-identifier [1] IMPLICIT INTEGER } Graphic-Rendition-Aspect ::= INTEGER { cancel(0), increased-intensity(1), decreased-intensity(2), italicized(3), underlined(4), slowly-blinking(5), rapidly-blinking(6), negative-image(7), crossed-out(9), primary-font(10), first-alternative-font(11), second-alternative-font(12), third-alternative-font(13), fourth-alternative-font(14), fifth-alternative-font(15), sixth-alternative-font(16), seventh-alternative-font(17), eighth-alternative-font(18), ninth-alternative-font(19), doubly-underlined(21), normal-intensity(22), not-italicized(23), not-underlined(24), steady(25), variable-spacing(26), positive-image(27), not-crossed-out(29), black-foreground(30), red-foreground(31), green-foreground(32), yellow-foreground(33), blue-foreground(34), magenta-foreground(35), cyan-foreground(36), white-foreground(37), select-char-foreground-colour(38), black-background(40), red-background(41), green-background(42), yellow-background(43), blue-background(44), magenta-background(45), cyan-background(46), white-background(47), select-char-background-colour(48), not-variable-spacing(50)} Formatting-Indicator ::= INTEGER {no(0), yes(1)} Itemization ::= SET { identifier-alignment [0] IMPLICIT INTEGER {no-itemization(0), start-aligned(1), end-aligned(2)}, identifier-start-offset [1] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL, identifier-end-offset [2] IMPLICIT INTEGER OPTIONAL } Kerning-Offset ::= SET { start-offset [0] IMPLICIT INTEGER, end-offset [1] IMPLICIT INTEGER } Proportional-Line-Spacing ::= INTEGER {no(0), yes(1)} Pairwise-Kerning ::= INTEGER {no(0), yes(1)} END -- Generated by Asnp, the ASN.1 pretty-printer of France Telecom R&D
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Score: 1374422.9 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...er-Presentation-Attributes.asn
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They bring no longer critical); demands for the use of the full range of b) that there was a need for Unicode labels to be Unicode characters in names, in order to able to express OIDs using any of the languages express names (of people, organizations of the world (using Unicode characters), in both and objects) in their own languages. human-readable and machine-readable forms; "Internationalization" of the OID tree c) that a guaranteed unambiguous form for a name made a general provision for this. on an arc was needed to support the above; d) that uniqueness of a Unicode label on an arc was not essential, as the primary integers were regarded as Unicode labels, and as multiple language labels were to be entertained (controversial, but accepted!). This was all implemented in the 2008 edition of the OID standards that added Unicode labels to an arc on an equal basis with the primary integer values (also now called "integer-valued Unicode labels" in their character form). (...) All printable ASCII characters (but not SPACE) The simple rule is: If a name is allowed as can be included.
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Score: 1366480.7 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...s/files/basic-html/page31.html
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"Unicode labels" are human-readable names containing (almost) any Unicode character that are unambiguous, but not necessarily unique (there might, for example, be several Unicode labels assigned to an arc that are translations of the same concept into different languages). (...) The first is called the integer-valued Unicode label, and is simply the character encoding of the primary integer value. This term is rarely used in this text. (...) The additional Unicode labels (with very few restrictions) can start with and contain almost any Unicode character, except the space character. 12     17     18     19     20     21     22     23     24     25     26     27          
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Score: 1347465.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...s/files/basic-html/page22.html
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Pos’n 1-2 Document code - First character shall be “P” to designate an MRP. Second letter may be used to designate a particular MRP 3-5 Issuing state/Organization - Three letter code to designate the issuing state/organization. 6-44 Name - Consists of primary and secondary identifier which shall be separated by two “<<”. (...) Punctuation in the name - Representation of punction is not permitted in MRZ Apostrophes in the name - Identifiers separated by apostrophes in the VIZ shall be combined and no filler character shall be inserted. Hyphens in the name - it shall be converted to the filler character Commas - It shall be omitted in the MRZ Name prefixes and suffixes - Shall not be included in the MRZ except as permitted by section IV 12.7 Filler - Primary and secondary identifiers and required separator do not exceed 39 char. (...) If not Latin-based, then a transliteration into Latin characters shall be provided. Section XII Machine Readable Zone (MRZ) 12.1 To achieve global interoperability, the identifiers shall conform to requirements of the OCR-B character set and to the number of positions available 12.2 The name of the holder shall be printed using upper-case OCR-B characters 12.3 Primary Identifier followed by “<<” and secondary identifier using the Latin character transliteration (if applicable) 12.4 Filler can be used if the primary or secondary identifiers have more than one name component 12.5 Filler characters should be inserted immediately following the final secondary identifier though to the last char’ position in the machine readable line 12.6 Name filed in the MRZ allows for maximum of 39 char’ in the upper line.
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Score: 1318943.6 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ag-Mrtd-21/Tag-Mrtd21_WP10.pdf
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But of course, later history showed that other schemes were invented, but none (to-date) with the fundamental properties of the Object Identifier tree: a hierarchy of registration authorities, an infinitely deep tree of nodes, and infinitely many arcs from each node. 6.2 Decisions on use of names or numbers to identify arcs in the OID tree There was a dispute around the 1986 period, on whether arcs from a node to a next-level node should be identified by Author's remarks: character names, or by numbers. There was much argument in the In those days, Unicode was in its infancy, and any use of early days on whether names or character names would be just ASCII characters. (...) This was the beginning of the terminology which resulted in a "primary integer value" (an integer uniquely and unambiguously identifying arcs from a superior node) and a "secondary identifier" (an ASCII character string that is neither a unique nor an unambiguous identification of the arc). These terms appeared in the 2008 edition, but the concept was there in the 1980s. The ASCII character string could not, for ASN.1 reasons (it was an ASN.1 value name, not a type name), contain a space character, and had to start with a lower case ASCII letter.
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Score: 1271857.5 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...s/files/basic-html/page16.html
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Article 3 General Terms Variety: A combination of cultivated plants, which differs from that of other combinations in one or more distinguishing characters or properties and preserves its distinguishing characters after the reproduction. (...) Shall inherit substantially the characters of the protected original variety and animal breed, provided that latter ones have not substantially inherited the characters of other selection achievements. 2. (...) Inherit more substantial characters of the original selection achievement or other selection achievement with substantially inherited characters, while preserving distinguishing characters of genotype or genotype combination of the original selection achievement; b.
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Score: 1270955.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/arm_e/WTACCARM10_LEG_12.pdf
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Score: 1259127.2 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...-50eb-4a78-bd80-785f4802380b/4
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