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Re: [RRG] What does incremental deployment mean - 2 questions
Oops, I fluffed the last line in:
> My use of the term "incrementally deployable" is actually
> shorthand for something more involved:
> (9) Is the technology fully or widely deployable in a purely
> incremental fashion?
> For this to be true, the answer to (6) would have to be "yes".
For this to be true, the answer to (6) would have to be "no":
> (6) Do the benefits to each early adoptor depend on the
> proportion of other users who have adopted it?
> If the answer to this is "yes" then I would say the technology
> is not "incrementally deployable". For instance, IPv6 and LISP
> without Proxy Tunnel Routers (PTRs).
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