Every European Union member has IPv6 DNS

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The Flag of the European UnionThe DNS domains for Denmark (.dk) and St. Kitts and Nevis (.kn) recently got IPv6-reachable servers. This means that every member of the European Union has IPv6-reachable DNS. Further, the Eurpoean Union itself (.eu) and all candidate countries have IPv6-DNS. I'm impressed.

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Lapo Luchini said:

Though not many offer IPv6 glue records yet, but of course: first things first.

PS: trying OpenID login prints a Perl stacktrace.

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