...and get the front end also with AAAA records. I've had an IPv6 address at home and at work for years now. Services to allow teenagers to share selfies (Facebook) have a working IPv6 front end, it's silly that a *tech* site does not! (And that goes for slashdot too. Years of writing articles about IPv6 and they still don't support it either).
As mentioned before, Slash takes issue with IPv6, we're looking to fix that. And with 'we' I mean, NCommander and others.
We're publishing one on dev right now, and I'm going to go through the DNS and make sure we have them on all other services aside from production
From dig: ;; ANSWER SECTION:dev.soylentnews.org. 300 IN AAAA 2600:3c00::f03c:91ff:fe6e:d0a3
I hope to have IPv6 up by the end of the month; I've got a good idea on how to fix the problems with slash when it receives a 128-bit address.