UA Fact Sheet (UASG 003)
Universal Acceptance at a glance, why it matters and how to take action.
Frequently Asked Questions (UASG 011)
A list of questions and answers relating to Universal Acceptance.
White Paper on Universal Acceptance – Prepared by Analysys Mason
The UASG commissioned technology consulting and research firm Analysys Mason to look at the social, cultural and economic benefits of Universal Acceptance.
Webmaster Engagement Letter (UASG 002)
Suggested text to reach out to webmasters whose websites are not UA-ready.
UA & Local Engagement (UASG 008)
Guidance on raising awareness of Universal Acceptance at the local level.
UA Knowledge Base (UASG 001)
Suggested text that people can use to reach out to a website when their domain name doesn’t resolve.
Universal Acceptance Quick Guide (UASG 005)
Definitions of key terms and recommended steps for becoming Universal Acceptance-ready.
Use Cases for UA Readiness Evaluation (UASG 004)
Use cases for developers for evaluating systems for Universal Acceptance-readiness.
Relevant RFCs (UASG 006)
Requests for comments related to Internationalized Domain Names, Internationalized Email and other issues relevant to Universal Acceptance.
Introduction to Universal Acceptance (UASG 007)
Evaluation of UA Readiness of Popular Websites
A set of use cases – domain names and email addresses – that people can use for testing.
Quick Guide to Tender and Contractual Documents (UASG 009)
Includes details on Good Practice clauses for Universal Acceptance as well as IPv6 and DNSSEC.
Quick Guide to Linkification (UASG 010)
An introduction to linkification, its challenges and good practice recommendations.
Quick Guide to Email Address Internationalization (EAI) (UASG 014)
An introduction to EAI (Email Address Internationalization), and items for email software developers and email service providers to consider.
Blueprint for CIOs – Internet Industry Edition (UASG 015)
Provides a blueprint for CIO’s to use in addressing Universal Acceptance issues. Internet Industry specific tables are used.
Programming Language Criteria (UASG018)
Reviewing programming languages and frameworks for compliance with universal acceptance good practice.