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  1. Internet Identity For All Development Update for IDN in Malaysia By Lai HengChoong Manager, Application and Development Dept. APTLD Meeting, Busan, Korea25th August 2011

  2. Agenda

  3. IDN in Malaysia

  4. IDN in Malaysia • Malaysia is a multiracial country • Malay (Jawi) • Chinese (Simplify Chinese) • Indian (Tamil) • Others • National language is Bahasa Malaysia (Malay) • Official education system uses Latin script (a – z and 0 - 9) • People in Malaysia basically understand and able to write all Latin script

  5. IDN in Malaysia • So, most of the Malaysian has no issues to use Latin script domain name • www.tuition.my => English • www.tuisyen.my => Bahasa Malaysia(Malay) • IDN is more on social / community/ cultural preservation instead of the commercial need

  6. Type of IDN supported by .my .my will support 3 scripts of IDN, which are Jawi, Chinese and Tamil. As a start, we will launch 2nd level IDNs in Jawi script (for example: اورݢانيسايس..my, چواب..my).

  7. Top level String • Which Top Level should use to represent Malaysia? 7

  8. Top Level IDN for Malaysia Issues in selection Top Level IDN in Malaysia مليسيا. = .malaysia ماي. = .my All communities in IDN Jawi agree to choose Malaysia in full name as IDN in Fast Track due to the requirements of IDN which is : “The IDN ccTLD string(s) must be a meaningful representation of the name of the corresponding country.” مليسيا.

  9. .Malaysia Top Level IDN for Malaysia ASCII character In Chinese In Tamil In Jawi IDN in Malaysia will present in 3 language characters

  10. Implementation and Launching Plan

  11. IDN 2LD & TLD Implementation Plan IDN.ASCII In Tamil In Chinese In Jawi 2LD IDN in Malaysia will be in 3 language (Jawi, Chinese, Tamil) scripts IDN.IDN (IDN Fast-track pilot project) 马来西亚. 马来西亚 மலேசியா. மலேசியா چوبا. مليسيا TLD IDN in Malaysia will be in Jawi scripts first then followed by Chinese and Tamil script.

  12. IDN 2LD Launching Plan Two sunrise periods have been agreed by regulator, started of 24 Jan 2011 Sunrise I Sunrise II Final Launch 3 months 1 month 3 months 2 months

  13. IDN 2LD Launching Plan

  14. Sunrise

  15. Sunrise 1 • 2nd Level IDN Jawi only • Application open for Government agencies, School, Others related to government. • 9am 24 Jan 2011 – 5pm 30 April 2011 • FOC for 1st year and 2nd year • Only 12 Domain Name had been registered (August 2011)

  16. Why low registration ? • Most of the Malaysia Computer Keyboards are in English • Jawi is not widely use in Malaysia, even in the Malay community • Lack of market awareness • Public didn’t think it is a necessary to have Jawi domain name

  17. 2nd Level IDN – Sunrise 2 • Jawi, Chinese and Tamil • Application open for government agencies, government educational entities and existing .my registrants. • 20 Sept 2011 – 30 Nov 2011 • FOC for 1st year

  18. IDN Fast Track Submission

  19. Submission Plan • 3 languages • Jawi, Chinese, Tamil • U-label • Jawi : مليسيا • Chinese : 马来西亚 • Tamil : மலேசியா • A label • Jawi : xn--mgbx4cd0ab • Chinese: xn--jlq471dk9xffo • Tamil: xn--hlc3bek6de8c

  20. IDN Conditions The language must be an official language in the corresponding country or territory, and have legal status in the country or territory, or serve as a language of administration. Jawi is official language and has legal status Tamil and Chinese is not official language, and also no legal status

  21. IDN Fast Track Submission • Jawi has no issue • Chinese and Tamil need more preparation • Submit Jawi first, and meanwhile preparing Chinese and Tamil supporting documentation • Jawi application was submitted on July 2011

  22. ICANN IDN Processing Fee Source : http://domainincite.com/some-countries-not-paying-icann-for-their-idns/

  23. ICANN IDN Processing Fee Sri Lanka, which was billed $52,000 for two strings, only paid $2,000, and the remaining $50,000 appears to have been written off as “uncollectable”. Source : http://domainincite.com/some-countries-not-paying-icann-for-their-idns/

  24. تريما كاسيه THANK YOU TERIMA KASIH 謝謝 நன்றி www.domainregistry.my http://rnd.domainregistry.my/idn http://idn.domainregistry.my Email : idn@domainregistry.my