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Date 2014-02-10.14:19:42
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Hey Peter,

Cool, thanks for the feedback!
Looks like my email replies didn't get attached to the bug tracker..

I've just signed the form.

Regarding the .broadcast* question, I think that's probably best handled in a separate issue, but I think there are two other options in addition to the one you suggested: a) ensuring the .broadcast_address() function isn't actually defined for IPv6Networks (this would also trigger an exception if someone tried to call it, like you suggested) or b) making it return the link-local all-nodes multicast address. Personally speaking I'd probably favour option a, but I'm still new to Python standard library development ;-)
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