Philosophical question for IPv6 Day
Henrik Lund Kramshøj
hlk at kramse.org
Tue Jun 14 11:56:11 CEST 2011
On 13/06/2011, at 13.12, Matthew Ford wrote:
> 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.
We have two sites that I managed to convince to go dual-stack, Computerworld.dk and information.dk.
They are still IPv6-enabled and I am very happy for this opportunity to measure the level of IPv6 in Denmark
- both sites carry danish information, Computerworld.dk being a news site for tech stuff while the other is a major danish newspaper.
The funny part is that the generic newspaper Information most of the time exceeded the number of IPv6 readers on the tech site.
I will see if I can find time to do some more specific measurements, but my gut feeling is that Windows 7 and automated tunnels are responsible
for this - in Denmark we are very keen to adopt new technologies like new versions of Windows (why not Mac and other Unix dammit! ;-) )
FYI, you are very welcome to report any problems to us at: noc at solido.net
hlk at bigfoot:hlk$ host www.computerworld.dk
www.computerworld.dk has address 18.104.22.168
www.computerworld.dk has IPv6 address 2a02:9d0:2999:1::101
hlk at bigfoot:hlk$ host www.information.dk
www.information.dk has address 22.214.171.124
www.information.dk has IPv6 address 2a02:9d0:2999:1::110
Henrik Lund Kramshøj, Follower of the Great Way of Unix
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