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From Amaury GRIMBERT <>
Sent Wed, 10 Dec 2014 14:24:36 UTC
Subject [Frogans technology - Announcement] Release of version 1.O of the FACR specification
Date Wed, 10 Dec 2014 14:24:36 UTC


Version 1.0 of the Frogans Address Composition Rules (FACR) technical specification has been published on the official Web site of the Frogans technology (

If you plan to take part in the Frogans address registration process (as an FCR account administrator or as a Frogans address holder), or if you wish to implement software using Frogans addresses, or if you are simply interested in the addressing system used for Frogans sites, you can use this document. It is available here for download:

Rules defined in the FACR specification focus on security. They manage language-related issues by introducing the concepts of linguistic categories and convergence forms. The composition rules apply to Frogans addresses that are compliant with the pattern defined in the International Frogans Address Pattern (IFAP) specification. These rules are enforced by the FCR Operator when a Frogans address is added to the FCR.

This first version of the FACR specification defines 10 linguistic categories: LC-Latin, LC-Chinese, LC-Japanese, LC-Korean, LC-Arabic, LC-Cyrillic, LC-Hebrew, LC-Devanagari, LC-Thai, and LC-Greek.

Best regards,

Amaury Grimbert
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