[Doc-SIG] German Umlauts
cben at techunix.technion.ac.il
Mon Jul 7 16:20:40 EDT 2003
Christian Tismer wrote on 2003-07-07:
> What would be the most flexible default
> encoding for a multilingual website?
UTF-8, naturally. For multilingual sites you want some encoding that
covers all Unicode at once; UTF-8 is the most portable of these (no
endianess issues, ascii-compatible).
Beni Cherniavsky <cben at tx.technion.ac.il>
Israel is moving to 7-digit cellphone numbers since the current
6-digit scheme, although prolonged for some time by supernetting,
"comes to the end of its useful life, once again due to address space
exhaustion" [RFC 1606 on IPv9 :-]. Why won't they just use DNS?
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