On Tue, 07 Aug 2012 14:14:27 +0200
Mateusz Marzantowicz wrote:
IPv6 is the future but as someone has already written in lot of cases
it's not supported by routers and ISP's so having it enabled in your OS
is pointless. I'll revers your argumentation - it doesn't add any value
in such systems (yes, it also does no harm).
I wouldn't say it does no harm. There is, for instance, this
infamous bug which dragged on for months:
The basic problem being that comcast DNS servers were stoopid, and
Ulrich Drepper was a butt headed moron who's reaction to widely
broken stuff people have no choice but to use wasn't to be practical
and provide a useful work around, but instead was to be obstinate
and say it is up to clueless cable company morons to fix things.
In fact a really great project for redhat to undertake might
be to revisit every bug report that Ulrich Drepper was involved
in and see if there is, in fact, a much more intelligent and
practical way to resolve the issue now that Ulrich has thankfully
moved on to screwing up investment bankers instead of screwing up
Ouch!....LoL! If words could kill this guy's be a mound of meat!...LoL!
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