Domain names in the .ORG zone

Started by TDSko, Aug 08, 2022, 09:18 AM

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Please tell me how the population relates to domains in the .org zone?

It is clear that ideally .com, but the right one is busy. Which domain zone to take? There is a free one in the .org, .info zone and in a bunch of new zones.

Choice between .org and .xyz.

.Org is still a more classic zone. What are the chances of an adequate perception by the population?

What are the main websites located on the .org? I know Wikipedia (and this is very cool for the zone. Wikipedia promotes it). Nothing more comes to mind from the big.


.ORG - involves a claim for an organization, partnership and other joint socially useful activities.

And if the direction of the project clearly contradicts that, then a website on such a domain zone will only cause a smile.
unless the owner doesn't care.


In the domain .ORG has launched support for German-language internationalized domain names (IDNs).
Now German Internet users will be able to register domain names in the zone.ORG in your native language..ORG of the generic top-level domain (genTLD).ORG Public Interest Registry (PIR) has announced the start of registration of domain names containing the umlauts ö, ö and ü.
German internationalized domains will allow users to register domain names in the true German spelling. For example, instead of a domain , German-speaking internet users will now be able to register a name in their native language: mü .

Technically, IDN's work is based on the internationally agreed IDNA Punycode standard, which allows converting German umlauts into ASCII-compatible character sets with the prefix "xn". Thanks to this, words containing umlauts can be registered as domain names and are easily recognized by browsers that support the IDN standard.
The entire recognition process goes unnoticed by the user. The introduction of German language support is only the first stage of the IDN program in the domain .ORG. During the 3rd quarter, PIR also plans to launch support for 20 more languages in the domain under its control: Danish, Hungarian, Icelandic, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Swedish and Tamil.
After the 3rd quarter, PIR promises to announce its plans to introduce support for other languages.