Subject: volunteers wanted: TAHI IPv6 conformance test event, July 15-18, Yokohama Japan
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino <email@example.com>
Date: 06/15/2000 20:40:31
At the venue of ISOC INET2000 conference, there will be an IPv6
conformance test event, with almost no charge:
July 15-18, Yokohama Japan
KAME stack has been tested by the TAHI folks.
I basically am confident that I did not break IPv6 conformance during
the KAME-NetBSD integration, I think it would be better to run TAHI
test against NetBSD-current box. The problem is, I'm deeply involved
in the INET2000 backbone network setups, tutorials, TAHI/KAME
coordinations, demonstrations and other things in INET2000, and I may
not be able to handle the NetBSD-current test target.
So, I need your help:
If you can come to the venue as "NetBSD guy" with your NetBSD-current
notebook PC (or Macintosh powerbook if you want), and take TAHI IPv6
conformance test, it would be really really helpful, since it will
ensure the quality of NetBSD 1.5 IPv6 portion.
I will be at the venue and will be able to correct any of breakage
found right away. Please contact me directly. Feel free to ask
any questions on the list.
NOTE: TAHI guys speak English very well, so don't afraid even if you do
not speak Japanese.