IP Address Management Tool
sethm at rollernet.us
Tue Jun 1 12:38:22 CDT 2010
On 6/1/10 9:22 AM, Justin Wilson wrote:
> He has since reversed that stance and they are working on IPV6 support,
> at least that is what I read somewhere. I don¹t blame the guy really. If
> people want a feature they should pony up a little money. Otherwise it is
> free software with no implied support.
I feel that IPv6 should be a minimum requirement. At the time the author
felt it should be an advanced paid-for feature. I treat commercial
vendors the same way: no IPv6, no sale. That nastygram made me not want
to donate (money or code) to IPplan. One shouldn't get into open source
The world moves forward and what is seen as a minimum requirement is
eventually going to move with it.
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