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Cyrillic and the Internet

12/07/2010
On March 5th 2010 the Serbian National Register of Internet Domain Names initiated the procedure for introducing the Cyrillic IDN ccTLD that would represent Serbia on the Internet. The procedure is defined by ICANN in The Final Implementation Plan for IDN ccTLD Fast Track Process. Proposals...
15/06/2010
The working group of the Serbian National Register of Internet Domain Names (РНИДС), which had been tasked with carrying out a campaign for choosing the Cyrillic name to be used as the ccTLD representing Serbia on the Internet, decided to terminate the voting process as of Wednesday, June 16th...
17/05/2010
The working group for choosing the Cyrillic ccTLD of the Republic of Serbia has adopted the report on selecting the proposals which are to be put to vote for the Cyrillic domain name. The working group report is available here. To see the list of all the received proposals along with their...
10/05/2010
The working group for the introduction of the Cyrillic ccTLD, which is supposed to represent Serbia online, has reviewed all proposals for the new Cyrillic domain name. During the review of the proposals for the Cyrillic domain name of Serbia, the following methods have been used: -...
03/03/2010
At a proposal of the Serbian National Register of Internet Domain Names (RNIDS), the Serbian Orthodox Church will participate in activities related to the choice of the Cyrillic Internet domain of Serbia. The Holy Synod of Bishops of the Serbian Orthodox Church delegated Mr. Oliver Subotić...
03/02/2010
The discussion about the introduction of the Cyrillic ccTLD was held at the Serbian Chamber of Commerce on February 2nd 2010. Members of the RNIDS Managing Board, representatives of the Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Society, the Informatics Association of Serbia, CONUS, the...
02/02/2010
At a session held on January 14th 2010, the Serbian Government brought a conclusion on the responsibilities of the Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Society in creating conditions for the allocation of the Cyrillic ccTLD. The conclusion of the Government is available here.

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