Philosophical question for IPv6 Day
emile.aben at ripe.net
Tue Jun 14 10:54:09 CEST 2011
> Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2011 12:12:46 +0100 From: Matthew Ford
> <ford at isoc.org> Subject: Re: Philosophical question for IPv6 Day To:
> Maximilian Grobecker <max at grobecker-wtal.de> Cc:
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> On 10 Jun 2011, at 21:46, Maximilian Grobecker wrote:
>> Well, it's a bit more than before but it shows clearly that most
>> participants used it as an experiment and stopped it on June 09,
>> 12:00 AM.
> er, actually no, that's not what it shows at all. Most participants
> weren't IPv6-enabled a couple of months ago.
> Most participants used World IPv6 Day as a stimulus to IPv6-enable
> their main website, and have been sufficiently happy with the results
> they've decided to leave it so enabled.
Is that graph corrected for the participants list changing over time? I
think I saw a relatively large influx of already dual-stacked folks in
the participants list the days just before v6day, which would
significantly skew results towards dual-stacked-ness if you'd not have
corrected for it.
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