wheel - 8:06 pm on Jan 28, 2011 (gmt 0)
Actually, I just did a 5 minute read of here:
And my webserver has an IPv6 ready kernel. And I pinged an IPv6 address. So looks like my underlying infrastructure is ready. Admittedly, individual installed programs might not be, but that's not a dealbreaker - websites will still run and people can still access the sites.
They did mention in that link above that linux kernels version 2.2 aren't ipv6 ready and I think linux kernels version 2.4 shouldn't be used for it. 2.6 is the good stuff.
Calling all domainers. Get your 'test for ipv6 domains' ordered now! :)