⏳This is perhaps this is the most varied holiday, depending on the platforms you prefer you could celebrate one or more of four separate days.
📆 While Apple/iOS displays the calendar as the date of July 17th, Twitter has chosen the date July 15th, LG uses the 27th of March, Samsung and Android/Google just displays a non specific numbers thirty on and twelve respectively. :date:
📅 Monthly Calendar also appears to be the same emoji for :date: for Apple, Twitter, and LG. Samsung displays a calendar of May, which would lead to the conclusion that Samsung's emoji day is May 31st. :calendar:
Let it be known that this domain its blog, and our operations, have nothing to do with WorldEmojiDay.com, except for us celebrating the same tech holiday.
😊 It is very pleasing to see that our efforts are not going unheard. We would like interaction if possible. ☑ Can you comment with how you feel about emojis saturating IRL culture?
Heh. I recently saw them on the sign of a local 💿DVD rental store.
Many thanks for mirroring our blog page! 💁 In the future, as this .bit technology gets more accessible and ZeroNet gets ℹnternationalized, we hope to bring this new network content thought the use of standardized emoji. 📖 📚
伦敦.bit does not auto convert to punycode xn--jpq555c.bit in the address, and is giving these errors. 😖
伦敦.bit =Server error
Err: UnicodeDecodeError: 'ascii' codec can't decode byte 0xe4 in position 1: ordinal not in range(128) in UiServer.py line 71 > UiRequest.py line 64 > UiRequest.py line 389
Normally 伦敦.com is forwarded to xn--jp555c.com automatically when entered into the address bar of the browser. Entering the punycode directly yields the error in the previous post.
Err: AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'group' in UiServer.py line 71 > UiRequest.py line 56 > UiRequest.py line 148 > UiRequestPlugin.py line 20 > UiRequest.py line 237 > UiRequestPlugin.py line 32
⏩ After successfully directing emojiday.bit to this page I attempted to add some of these special characters. 🌚 ...but the system rejected them. Pointing 1f4b1.bit & 1f3e7.bit to this page seems to work. So, it seems that the system is not equipped to handle Unicode as Punycode? 😕
Less than two weeks away and I'm getting server errors trying to point emoji domains to this blog 😞 http://emojiday.bit/?Post:4:Server+error:
We have big hopes for the future of namecoin and .bit domain technology.