Please don't take away ULA.

>> You really think that doing ULA according to the RFCs (collision 
>> avoidance algorithm and all) is easier than filling out a form at HE?
> Yes.

It's hard enough to sell ipv6 for LAN without adding having to get a tunnel, 
register with a RIR, whatever else.

ULA gives us the option to spin up ipv6 networks without anyone else being 
involved. We have to be able to make private networks without contacting 
anyone, and we will go back to ipv4 if that's our only option.

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