I'm hoping fellow forum members might be a bit more understanding of this... and not look at me with quite as quizzical a look as friends/family...
Some time ago I built an IPv6-enabled cat feeder
. I could claim that making it support IPv6 was to highlight the increasing burden on Internet addressing that network-enabled devices bring but truth be told it was just a bit of fun.
In similar vain I have decided to open the feeder up to public viewing/control as my small contribution to World IPv6 Day
but with a slight twist - it will only be accessible over IPv6. I almost used the words 'exclusive access' there but that'd be pushing it and could easily lead to disappointment.
So, if on the 8th June you're running out of sites to check for IPv6 compatibility then feel free to visit me, or rather my cats, over at www.newtonnet.co.uk/catfeeder
and join in the fun, or something like that anyway. That's assuming I can make it all work... it was designed for me alone to access it, not every man and his dog (however unlikely)!