Yahoo and IPv6

Jeroen van Aart jeroen at mompl.net
Wed May 18 14:36:35 CDT 2011


Paul Vixie wrote:
> time in Nicaragua he said that he has a lot of days like this and he'd
> like more work to be possible when only local connectivity was available.
> 
> Compelling stuff.  Pity there's no global market for localized services
> or we'd already have it.  Nevertheless this must and will get fixed, and
> we should be the generation who does it.

I have found that the general theme is to move services that were 
traditionally available inside an office network (source control, email, 
ticketing/bug tracking systems, storing documents, corporate "wikis" 
etc.) to an external place, perhaps even outsourced to one of the 
virtual server or "software as a service" providers.

I am not a particular fan of that trend, but I can see the pros and cons 
of doing it. It doesn't look like that's going to stop any time soon, 
let alone be (partially) reversed.

Regards,
Jeroen

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