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IUC45 talk: “Top issues in Universal Acceptance”

Posted by on 30 Jun 2021 | Tagged as: meetings and conferences, Unicode, Universal Acceptance

I’m delighted to be presenting, once again, to the 45th Internationalization and Unicode Conference (IUC45).  The conference is the gathering of my “tribe”, people who are as enthusiastic about language, text, and software as I am. If you like this stuff, it’s the best place in the world to be for those three days. Or, given the pandemic, the conference might be partially or completely virtual, so that webcast is the best UDP session in the world. In either case, please register and join us there.

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Email addresses and domain names are NON-latin! Now what? (IUC44 tutorial)

Posted by on 31 Oct 2020 | Tagged as: meetings and conferences, Unicode, Universal Acceptance

Two weeks ago was the pandemic-distanced rendition of the Internationalization and Unicode Conference. This year is the 44th conference, or IUC44.  In addition to a presentation (to be blogged later), I delivered a tutorial: Email addresses and domain names are NON-latin! Now what? Here are my slides, and a video of me talking through my slides.

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