I don't entirely understand the point of this.
The plan seems to be """get
a large enough fraction of 'the internet' to make a change which breaks for
some people all at the same time, so that those people get angry with the
ISPs that haven't got off their arses to fix said breakage, rather than
angry with the broken sites""", which is fair enough. But AFAICT, the
breakage won't occur if your connection can't 'do' IPv6, but only if
connection can't 'do' both IPv4 *and* IPv6 on the same site at the same
time. Surely that's not actually the problem that we need to solve if we're
to be able to migrate smoothly onto IPv6? When the IPv4 addresses run out,
we need to be able to start setting up websites which are *only* v6, surely?
While the world transitions, some people won't have IPv6 at all, only
IPv4. We need to support both for a while.
And to answer the question of this thread, yes, we do hope to participate.