16 Describe the applicant's efforts to ensure that there are no known operational or rendering problems concerning the applied-for gTLD string
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There should be no rendering issues since the .voting string is an ASCII string and should be no problem with all browsers. While the string .voting is unusually long, today there are already strings of identical length with the .museum and .travel TLDs.
As far as IDNs on the second level are concerned, the applicant is using character sets which are used by the .de ccTLD with almost 15 million domain registrations without any known operational issues and the cyrillic character set is used by the .ru ccTLD wit more than 3,7 million domain names.
However, it is expected that there will be problems using .voting domain names as login credentials since they might not pass the plausibility checks. Also, there will be issues with e-mail clients.
There are almost no possibilities for the applicant to influence countermeasures. However, the applicant knows that software developers recognize the new gTLD program and are working on solutions. For the time being, the applicant will clearly describe potential issues on the registry website and inform its registrants accordingly.
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