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    The NTIA/DOC Now Has to Clean Up the IPv6 Mess.
    by Anonymous on Friday July 23 2004, @05:44AM (#14009)
    The NTIA/DOC Now Has to Clean Up the IPv6 Mess.
    ICANN is no longer an issue. The Internet Society
    is a major embarassment from the Clinton/Gore
    era. Don't forget Vinton Cerf was the one who
    claimed that Al Gore "invented" the Internet.

    John Kerry is no doubt the inventor of IPv6.
    Bush just needs to make sure it is buried.
    Actually, neither candidate has a clue what it is.

    The IPv6 zealots have duped the large and
    powerful U.S. DOD (Thanks Marilynn) into telling
    everyone that IPv6 is their choice. China is
    of course answering with cheap hardware and
    IPv8 (NAT) and IPv9. China is also launching
    satellites into outer-space. Vinton Cerf is
    out to lunch on Mars, a safe place where he can
    not get in anyone's way.

    http://www.ntia.doc.gov/ntiahome/ntiageneral/ipv6/ index.html

    SUMMARY: The National Institute of Standards and
    Technology (NIST) and the National Telecommunications
    and Information Administration (NTIA), U.S. Department
    of Commerce, will host a half-day public meeting on
    Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6), entitled IPv6
    Public Meeting.

    The meeting will provide an opportunity for interested
    parties to discuss IPv6 deployment issues, including
    the appropriate government role, if any, in IPv6
    deployment.

    DATES: The IPv6 Public Meeting will be held from 9:00
    a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 28, 2004.

    ADDRESSES: The public meeting will be held at the U.S.
    Department of Commerce, 1401 Constitution Avenue,
    N.W., Room 4830, Washington, D.C. (Entrance to the
    Department of Commerce is on 14th Street between
    Constitution and Pennsylvania Avenues, N.W.)

    FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Alfred Lee, Office of
    Policy Analysis and Development, NTIA, at (202)
    482-1880, or via electronic mail: alee at ntia.doc.gov.

    NTIA is posting the IPv6 Task Force discussion draft,
    "Technical and Economic Assessment of Internet Protocol
    Version 6 (IPv6)."

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