In article <200503010744.38339.Info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> (at Tue, 1 Mar 2005
07:44:37 -0600), Quantum Scientific <Info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> says:
> And frankly, most Linux users' only contact with IPV6 has been the DNS AAAA
> browser delay seemingly inherent in some distros. Although I realize that
> all of us who run Linux are ostensibly uber-gurus, fact is this is a negative
> first experience for most, stemming from attempts by distros to encourage ppl
> to use it with an inoperative function, and without an obvious way to
> These issues contradict assertions that IPV6 is beneficial and easy. If I
> didn't have a strong motivation and lots of time, I would have chucked
> early-on. Speaking the actual truth, not propaganda or spin, leads to
> understanding of the *real* world.
Well, we really need to analyse and solve "negative experiences"
and berries against IPv6, and the "IPv6-Fix" Project started:
Please report any incidents to <contact AT v6fix DOT net>.
We might need to list up pitwalls the people may have and tips
to solve those issues.
Hideaki YOSHIFUJI @ USAGI Project <yoshfuji@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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