Made with excuses from
|It's too hard to support
||We forgot to include IPv6 in our last RFP
||We would have to rewrite our entire application to support it
||It's not supported by Google Compute
|It's too complicated
||It's not mature enough
||No one else has deployed it
||We have no roadmap for native IPv6 as we rolled out 6RD.
|IPv6 is a security risk
||AWS doesn't support it
||Can't we just buy more IPv4 addresses?
||Github doesn't support IPv6
|IPv6 addresses are too long to remember
||It'll make it easier for the government to track me
||We have IPv6, but we just want to keep things simple
||What do you mean I have to wrap an IP in square brackets?