So... is it time to do IPv6 day monthy yet?
jra at baylink.com
Wed Jun 8 17:18:46 CDT 2011
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Mark Andrews" <marka at isc.org>
> > It certainly sounds like it might be.
> I would do perhaps do one more then do "IPv6 TURN ON DAY" with the
> intent to *leave* the IPv6 enabled. The longer the content providers
> take to switch it on the bigger the switch on load will be. We
> still have a opportunity to ramp up IPv6 for the very big content
I dunno; I can see why doing it in 24 hours chunks is useful, still. But
I think that doing them substantially more frequently than annually
increases markedly the chance that the people who Learned the Lessons will
still be there to *implement*.
And the responses so far suggest that this interim step might be a Pretty
-- jr 'shame Towel Day has passed already' a
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