Date: Sat, 19 Apr 2003 17:42:21 -0400
From: Keith Moore <moore(_at_)cs(_dot_)utk(_dot_)edu>
| wrong. we know now that 1918 addresses created a big mess.
No, we don't know that, because that's incorrect. 1918 addresses
are just numbers, they can't have created the mess. The mess was created
by the demands of the users that led to the creation of the 1918 addresses.
That is, the mess would still have been there, but worse, had 1918 never
| and nothing about IPv6 use of SLs reduces that mess.
I think it does, but even if you're right, the mess is there anyway.
It isn't going away, whatever you do with SLs.
This is just like not liking shit, so you're going to ban the sewer system.
| no, you have it backwards. SLs destroy the utility of IPv6.
There's a quote I remember that seems apt, I'm sure someone will
remember who it was said this ...
"yawn. I'm tired of baseless assertions."