Technical delirium in domain business

In principle, I do not have much experience in the domain business, so I will not speculate here, let’s see how it all happens. But now there is a lot of questions to the blast zone of the Russian Federation, which once before anybody especially did not apply. If you look at the technical side of the problem, then there is, of course, not everything went smoothly. Of course, as a plug-in to the domain .ru no need to install, but not all are ready for advanced services of the Russian Federation.
At this rate we will soon come up with all your Internet, which is already there. But at the moment Standards everything that is written to @ should not be in Cyrillic, and most importantly it is convenient for you!

With almost all the devils out there that’s going, here’s an article on the topic – research development department registrar R01 on “RF domain.” There have been a test of two items – sending mail to the address with Cyrillic domain (mailtest@пример.испытание) and the same address when specifying a punycode (mailtest@xn--e1afmkfd.xn--80akhbyknj4f).
That is only Yandex “fix” from May and works correctly in both cases, for everyone else, except Gmail (where all in vain), have to remember this “easy» punycode.

The examples do not need to go far. Suppose the situation with advertising on the radio, when often dictate the address of the site, you get something like “come on www.vasya.rf.” Will have to necessarily say they say Well you see the print on everything except the Russian www. In many ways, it is also a force of habit, I think, 95% heard of Internet address is printed in Latin, will now have to retrain. And by the way, there is a super cool domains kom.rf, org.rf and net.rf
And there neponyatnki-indexed, robots.txt. What can I say about the other online services or projects that are associated with domains. All this can be corrected cosmetic and visually pleasing interface, but it seems to me this would be not so easy, and not all of these will do. The next step in the direction of “local Internet”, from which it was no use.