If anyone objects to this course of action, please speak up soon.
i object. as measured on the real internet, not the ietf bar, 6to4
sucks caterpillar snot. it is damaging to the users and to the users'
view of ipv6.
Great, back to square one.
Is the reasoning behind the decision explained somewhere? My reading of the
threads on the subject in v6ops was that the opposition to 6to4-historic was
a small but vocal minority, and I thought that qualified as rough consensus.
perhaps that minority was also vocal in the back room
But perhaps I missed some discussion.
Also, why do the author and the chairs think that the new draft will do any
better than 6to4-historic? I would assume that the same people who spoke up
against 6to4-historic will speak up against the new document,
yes, but that will be a year from now. in the ietf, delay is one form
and since that level of opposition was sufficient to prevent the
publication of 6to4-historic, it may be sufficient to prevent
publication of the new document as well. If so, we will have spent 3-6
months arguing about it for naught.
Please, nobody answer this question with "welcome to the IETF" :-)
this is nutso. but this is normal.
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