While one aging application does not constitute 'the Internet', this should
be taken as an early indicator of things that are happing, with more to
Like it or not, the IETF must stop wasting time and effort building new
structures on a crumbling framework. A quick scan of the IESG document queue
shows that the vast majority of the workload is still not seriously focused
on making IPv6 the default protocol.
http://www.fourmilab.ch/documents/digital-imprimatur/ is the really
spooky essay. Excerpted in my December issue.
Read the Digital Imprimatur if you haven't already.
I will take another look at IPv6 before long and would welcome any
**private** suggestions on how best to do that.
Happy new year,
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