About writing long-winded Russian-speaking domains


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The wave of reckless buying of Russian-speaking domains remained unlit one question: on what basis are selected by those or other options of writing long-winded domains?

For example, someone wants to create a website about old Russian architecture "Wooden churches of Russia". For these purposes, he may register the domain "Derevianchenko.Of the Russian Federation" and the domain with the hyphen — the "Wooden Church.Of the Russian Federation".

The domains in the Latin alphabet became traditional domains without hyphens. However, hammered into us the rules of the Russian language will protest against writing "unbreakable" clovoxamine.

So here's the question: if any writing in the future will be traditional, some with a hyphen or without? And is there any speculation why?
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With the hyphen. What is a convenient dividing sign, which is in every layout, is not particularly important other values (and most ignore it for some strange reason). Broken into blocks of Russian text will greatly improve its readability.
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Will sum up.
16.11.2010 accepted the standard X001-10 regulate the method of recording domains in the zone.of the Russian Federation, containing at least two words.
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When words are long, and in Latin, too, with the hyphen. And if the words are short, and together it looks good.
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the hyphen in the Latin domains, just unfashionable. Why do people between the spelling with the hyphen and without, I prefer without.
Maybe it's the culture, maybe even some stuff like old directories that had problems with the dash.
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But experts suggest Regit all domains with all possible hyphens.
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Friends, the question is a little different: are you ready to give a forecast on what writing is "by default"?
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Would be pronounced division that "Russian-speaking domains with the hyphen better than without, because everything I type with a hyphen"?
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For me it is completely unclear and I do not know the basis on which to build your forecast. On the one hand, logic dictates that "it is accepted that no hyphens is better", and with another — "without hyphens kanyakaparameshwari.of the Russian Federation".
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The version without hyphens became the standard for one simple reason, this option is quicker and easier reached.
But I agree, the domains in Cyrillic looks better with the hyphens.
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izdatelstva.Russia
publisher-sign.Russia
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