IPv4 turn-off day in 2014

In order to show the technical maturity of IPv6, some intelligent people have suggested to set aside one day in 2014 as the IPv4 turn-off day.  I just want to ask if this idea really makes sense.  If turning off IPv4 results in a large number of users have difficulty  in accessing major websites, people will have a very bad idea about the quality of IPv6. I certainly agree there needs to be an IPv4 turn-off day to test where we are during the transition process and whether there will be broken applications if relying on IPv6 alone. The timing is not this year. It might be in the next 10 years.  For the time being, just enable dual-stack and stay with dual-stack as much as possible. 

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