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For those that may not have heard yet.


Jun-ichiro "itojun" Itoh Hagino passed away on October 29, 2007 at the
age of 37.

To those in the BSD communities he was simply Itojun, best known in his
role as IPv6 KAME project core researcher. Itojun did the vast majority
of the work to get IPv6 into the BSD network stacks. He was also
instrumental in moving IPv6 forward in all aspects through his
participation in IETF protocol design meetings. Itojun was helpful to
everyone around him, and dedicated to his work. He believed and worked
toward making technology available to everyone. He will be missed, and
always remembered.

I had the honor of meeting him in person a couple of years ago, and his
boundless enthusiasm was quite evident. Certainly to the BSD community
and to the IPv6 community he will be greatly missed. As he was one of
the driving forces behind IPv6 adoption; I will spend today turning up
some IPv6-aware FreeBSD servers/services internally here at ISC.

Best Wishes - Peter
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