6bone (was Re: [rescue] Free goodies (northern CA))

Joshua D. Boyd rescue at sunhelp.org
Mon Jun 11 23:36:34 CDT 2001

In theory, there should be some multimedia benefits, and gaming benefits,
but haven't seen any evidence of it.  I suppose I could be the one to add
IPv6 support to quake, but I don't really feel that compelled to undertake
such a thing (since I don't spend much time gaming).

Joshua Boyd

On Mon, 11 Jun 2001, Dan Debertin wrote:

> On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, Joshua D. Boyd wrote:
> > So, if I went to the trouble of configuring my network to support IPv6,
> > and then got one of those tunneled connections to the 6bone or whatever
> > IPv6 internet, would I receive any tangible benifits as a coder who
> > generally does application software, not system software?
> A transcript of an IPv6 guru talking to your average 'net user:
> Netuser: So, what is there to do/see on the 6Bone?
> Guru: Dood! You can, like, ping and traceroute to other hosts!
> Netuser: No, I meant *interesting* things to do/see...
> Guru: ...
> ...
> (silence)
> ...
> you can ... um ... ping and ..... traceroute.... um ....
> ;)
> Dan (who likes IPv6 quite a bit and is really j/k)
> --
> Dan Debertin
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