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Re: RFC2739 calEntry schema

> >>> I would like to keep up the discussion if IA5String is the correct
> >>> SYNTAX for the attibutes in it.
> >>> Maybe Directory String would be better (although it is contrary to what
> >>> the  RFC says).
> >> Can you give an example of which you think that it would require
> >> DirectoryString instead of ia5string?
> > Where the URI is not an expression of English.  URI (URLs) can be unicode.
> URIs (at least when speaking of those defined in RFC 2396) can only be 
> *unic, ie. a subset of ASCII.

Maybe,  but RFC2181, a now entrenched standard, states that a DNS name
can be any string with no particular relationship to ascii.