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SubjectRe: ECN: Volunteers needed
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"H. Peter Anvin" wrote:
> I suspect that the main way to get this thing fixed is to make sure
> ECN is enabled on the server side; for example, we have turned on ECN
> on kernel.org. If a user is using a broken software stack, it's their
> loss, not ours.

This is what we do here, too. The only exceptions: Our mail server
(needs to deliver mail, even to broken sites) and our web proxy server
(also needs to connect to broken sites sometimes). Everything else is
ECN enabled. And this is the approach I'd suggest to anybody running 2.4
servers.

Holger
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