For those who are interested in IPv6 please check out the relaunched California IPv6 Task Force website. The CAv6TF will be helping with the gogonetLive! IPv6 event on Nov 2-3, 2010 in Silicon Valley (San Jose area at this point) so please keep the date reserved, it should be a great chance to interact with other IT professionals interested in IPv6.
I am excited we are finally making the CAv6TF website available via IPv6 too and also that the Task Force is now active again after a few years of hiatus due to the majority of the CAv6TF members driving the National IPv6 story. I am now serving as the Co-Chair of the Task Force handling the San Francisco Bay Area. If you have any comments or interest in helping with the CAv6TF please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have not yet joined gogoNET and you are interested in learning more about IPv6 this is a good place to start getting connected with other IPv6 folks so consider signing up. They also offer a free IPv6 software client service through Freenet6 so you can run IPv6 no matter where you are which is a nice option if you do not have a native IPv6 service yet. Another option is Hurricane Electric's IPv6 Tunnel Broker service which I have used for years for my home configuration.