I'll assume that by now you've heard that June 8th is World IPv6 Day. While I would have loved to declare that packetlife.net is now IPv6-ready, that sadly is not the case. My hosting provider, Rackspace, hasn't yet extended native IPv6 Internet connectivity to its customers. Bummer.
Yes, it's plausible to deliver the site via an IPv6 tunnel as I've done in the past, but I'd also need to migrate the site's DNS to a provider which supports AAAA records. I also don't like relying on a free tunnel service which introduces an additional point of failure between the site and its users.
And frankly, setting up an IPv6-in-IPv4 tunnel defeats the purpose of today's benchmark anyway. The idea behind World IPv6 Day is to encourage providers to begin delivering content and services via native IPv6, not through the migration workarounds from years ago. I hope to have packetlife.net available via native IPv6 by the end of 2011, but it's out of my hands until Rackspace steps up.