That is, if we start thinking about "8+ everywhere" instead of "ACE
everywhere" scenario, then how we can get there from here.
Same question: if you have a non-backwards-compatible server, how do
get people to use it?
Non-backwards-compatible server? A server that wont handle ASCII and only
handles UTF8... : >
No, a nameserver that won't handle the original form of DNS. The original
DNS packet format obviously can't cope with 8-bit labels, so a server that
sent native UTF-8 in its replies (or a resolver that sent native UTF-8 in
its queries) would break compatibility.
|John Stracke |Principal Engineer |
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