Disrupting a meeting funded for a different purpose will/would be an
offensive colossal waste of resources.
I think some disruption is in order.
The stronger argument I have heard against the proposed "IPv6 interlude" is
that it is not compatible with the services loaded on participants' laptops by
their enterprise's IT department. Fine. So the participant will come back and
send a note to their IT department, complaining that lack of IPv6 support
forced them to stop reading corporate e-mail for an hour. Better warn them now.
IT department are notoriously conservative, and it takes warnings like that to
get them to move.
-- Christian Huitema
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