On 20 Jul 2011, at 00:34, Doug Barton wrote:
On 07/19/2011 14:01, Sabahattin Gucukoglu wrote:
Clearly, the view that making something historic when it's in active use is
offensive. No standards body could seek to stand behind their
specifications, or to give the impression of doing so, with such a position.
Define "active use."
Actively being used. In production. So that taking it away would hurt the
entity using it, threaten the entity's comfort and convenience, or just
generally go against the stated goals of making the Internet a better place for
everybody through the instrumentation and maintenance of standards.
But none of us like IPv4 and that's a fact. Last one to sign the action to
move it to historic's a yellow-belly.
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