Thursday, February 18, 2016

Domain Names In Khmer Script To Become A Reality


Domain names in Khmer script could turn into a reality in the following year, as indicated by Seng Sopheap, president of the National Institute of Posts, Telecommunications and ICT.




In the course of recent months, the organization's scholastics, alongside authorities from the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications and specialized specialists, have been setting up an arrangement of standard etymological principles for Khmer area names.

On Monday, they presented a last form to the Los Angeles-based Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which oversees worldwide area name frameworks.

"As of not long ago, space names must be in ASCII," Sopheap said, alluding to the characters on generally consoles. "It's bad, since individuals don't know Latin characters."

He said that despite the fact that Khmer substance is accessible on the web, web addresses must be written with Latin letters, which keeps numerous off the web. "Cambodian agriculturists never took in A-B-C-D," he said, including that Khmer space names would likewise offer organizations some assistance with connecting with shoppers.

ICANN will audit the record and have a subsequent meeting with the foundation one month from now. On the off chance that there are no specialized issues, ICANN will start attempting to actualize the capacity to enroll areas in Khmer.

In 2014, ICANN collaborated with different national boards to create top-level spaces, incorporating those completion in ".com" or ".edu", in such non-Latin-script dialects as Khmer, Arabic and Chinese.

Chey Tech, a web expert, said that executing Khmer characters in top-level areas is a testing issue as Khmer is not an across the board dialect and some minority bunches have distinctive methods for composing the same words.

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