On Wed, 7 May 2008, Julius Volz wrote:
I'm resending this since I didn't get any feedback on it the first
With the little time lvs developers have had for ipv6 so
far, you're not likely to get much feedback from people
here I'm sorry to say.
The people who are interested in ipv6 have posted to the
mailing list. Some of them may still be interested in
lvs-ipv6 and in testing patches. Looking for ipv6 in
Dan White <dwhite () olp ! net>
Tim Mooney <Tim.Mooney () ndsu ! edu>
Bhaskar K <k_bhaskar () sifycorp ! com>
"jinjian" <jinjian () cnnic ! cn>
"John P. Looney" <john () antefacto ! com>
Seiji Tsuchiike <tsuchiike () yggr-drasill ! com> #the
original ipv6 implementation for LVS, doesn't respond to
e-mail and is not findable with google.
"Fernanda G Weiden" <fernanda@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> #I think she's with you
A pair of people working for a company installing gear at
govt sites was interested enough in getting an ipv6 port of
LVS to offer Horms some money for his time, but Horms didn't
have time at any price. You'd think I'd be able to find the
e-mail from these people, but apparently I can't think of
the correct grep string.
You might e-mail all these people above and as well put out
notices of new releases of code onto the regular LVS mailing
list. Someone may be listening, or they'll pick it up from
one of the archivers.
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