I'm happy to say the new website for the California IPv6 Task Force is up and live. There are a couple of nice things about the site for those that are testing IPv6 connectivity. First, it displays the IP address you are connecting with - either IPv4 or IPv6, depending on which you used to connect to the site. Second, depending on if you connect with IPv6 or IPv4 you see a different image of the kame or turtle which is a tribute to The KAME Project which was started in 1998 and concluded in 2006. This was one of the early project supporting IPv6 and had one of the few early IPv6 websites I could actively test with back when I was doing beta testing of Windows Vista's IPv6 protocol support for the COSD team at Microsoft.
So next on the plate is the get the North American IPv6 Task Force website updated in the same fashion to make that available for general availability.