[discuss] IPv6 Deployment and IG

Jorge Amodio jmamodio at gmail.com
Thu Jan 2 14:46:20 UTC 2014

Before you are able to build a bridge you must have a clear knowledge of
what points you want to connect and how long and wide the bridge has to be.
I don't think we have very good clarity today, and just one bridge will not
help to cover all the "connectivity: issues between sectors.

My .02

On Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 7:54 AM, Adiel Akplogan <adiel at afrinic.net> wrote:

> Hello Brian,
> On 2013-12-25, at 23:23 PM, Brian E Carpenter <brian.e.carpenter at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> >>
> >> The IPv6 deployment rate may not be issue (if one accepts market-based
> >> deployment model) but "IPv6 deployment" still has significant potential
> >> for issues in consumer confusion, indirect net neutrality implications,
> >> tracking issues for law enforcement due to widespread CGN use, and more.
> >> I do not think that "IPv6 Deployment" can be readily dismissed as a
> >> potential topic rich with Internet governance/coordination implications.
> >
> > It's that conflation -- "governance/coordination" -- that gives me
> > heartburn. Technical coordination is one thing, and doesn't need the
> > intervention of governments. Governance is another thing; it may need
> > the intervention of governments. Lumping the two things together
> > is very problematic.
> It is but I think finding a way to build a sincere, functional and
> sustainable bridge between the two is one of our major challenge.
> Coordination as good as it can be will have some indirect impact on
> Polic_Decision/Governance and vice versa. So instead of getting stuck on
> the conflation can we look into how we design the bridge?
> - a.
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