The objectives of this contest are the generation of ideas and applications, which help determine how to introduce IPv6, the internet of the next generation, on a large scale and use it effectively. The contest also provides an opportunity for the next generation of application developers to gain experience with IPv6. The German IPv6 Council has been founded in 2007 at Hasso-Plattner-Institute in Potsdam assisted by the German federal government and leading representatives of the German internet industry in order to give a political voice to the new internet generation IPv6. As the German representative in the international IPv6 Forum the German IPv6 Council prepares, together with the German federal government, a roadmap for the introduction and popularization of IPv6 in Germany. Its clear mission is to advocate IPv6 by improving technology, market, user, and industry awareness of IPv6 and to create a sophisticated and secure new internet.