Well, it has been over 7 years since World IPv6 Launch Day, when Stack Overflow over IPv6 on World IPv6 Launch Day was asked (with no answer, yet).
It would seem to be a great shame for a technology company not to be able to support IPv6 in 2019. I am about ready to shut down IPv4 on my network, but I cannot because SE doesn't support IPv6, and I really have not seen an explanation or any plans or timelines when support may be expected. Just about every other site that I regularly use supports IPv6, and I did shut down IPv4 for a while as an experiment, but I needed to enable it for the SE sites.
One suggestion in the comments was to enable it for Server Fault, and we now have Network Engineering. SE as a company should at least be able to dip its toe into IPv6, or at least explain to its users a broad outline of its plans.
Are there any plans for SE IPv6 support? Is there even a wild guess for the time frame? Do I need abandon SE? Please, someone from SE fill us in on anything related to IPv6.