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RE: [RRG] GSE History
>From: Tony Li [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Wednesday, June 11, 2008 4:04 PM
>To: 'Brian E Carpenter'; 'RJ Atkinson'
>Cc: 'IRTF Routing RG'
>Subject: RE: [RRG] GSE History
>|Of course, that was a long story in itself but I think
>|people were deeply concerned about several points, and
>|the proponents of 8+8 didn't answer those points
>|(well, not until quite recently). And meanwhile, a lot
>|of Classic IPv6 code has shipped, so software inertia
>Of course, you also have to wonder just how much inertia there
>is when the
>predominant implementation can't do DNS over v6. ;-)
"can't do", or didn't see the value and chose not to do?
(NB: AFAICT, the implementation can still resolve AAAA's
>I, for one, am to the point where all claims of "we can't
>change" are simply
>folks trying to justify "we don't want change". Sorry,
>is life and change is inevitable. Unless you're still using a
>as your primary data communications tool, you're capable of change.
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