[VOTE] Use GitHub issues instead of bugs.openwrt.org

David Woodhouse dwmw2 at infradead.org
Thu Jan 20 01:00:09 PST 2022

On Wed, 2022-01-19 at 18:38 -0300, Fernando Frediani wrote:
> Although the user interface to report issues from GitHub is nice and 
> easy to use one thing I really don't like about it is that Microsoft 
> seems to not be concerned at all in bringing IPv6 support to it.
> Some may say that is a minor thing but I am one of those who believe 
> people who understand there is still a general neglect about IPv6 to 
> "leave it for another time" should refuse to use products that still 
> don't support IPv6 until they do. I think there are no much 
> justifications that can be used for not having it at this stage in 2022.
> I know also some people only want to use a tool they are used to and 
> don't care about IPv6, but I still believe in the refuse to use as a way 
> to send a message to those who didn't organize themselves enough to have 
> IPv6 fully available on their services.
> As such other platforms mentioned in other messages that support it 
> would very good candidates comparing themselves by other features.

Hm, I'm inclined to agree. It's over quarter of a century since RFC1883
was published; there's no excuse for anyone *still* not supporting

It looks bad for us to host any of our services on Legacy IP only.

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