trelane at trelane.net
Tue Apr 26 02:12:48 UTC 2011
On 4/25/2011 3:51 PM, Mikael Abrahamsson wrote:
> On Mon, 25 Apr 2011, Andrew Kirch wrote:
>> Yes, repeatedly. The response was non-existent, or simply
>> unfortunate, so I'm trying other avenues.
> I see this quite a lot. I guess one gets what one pays for (or doesn't
> pay for).
> Speaking of which, is there an IPv6 tunnel broker that actually
> charges money and where one can get real support? I would like to be
> able to refer people who complain about SIXXS and others offering
> support below expectation from some users.
This is a valid point. We want people to adopt IPv6, and to do this,
they either have to be a huge ISP, or deal with 400ms ping times (one
broker), or harassing/abusive volunteers (another broker). Now, I
understand they're volunteers, I understand it's their own time, I
understand that we are all (myself included) complete morons wasting
their time. But if these two groups want people to take IPv6 seriously
(you know, before the ceiling comes down on our heads), maybe they
should take it seriously.
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