Re: [OPSAWG] WG LC: draft-ietf-opsawg-finding-geofeeds

Randy Bush <randy@psg.com> Tue, 02 February 2021 06:06 UTC

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> 1. I believe it may be more correct to refer to RFC 4012 rather than
> 2622 (as inet6num support is declared in this draft)

thanks!

> 2. paragraph 4, first block, I think it should say "there IS a fair
> number of them."

<blush>

> 3. paragraph 5 "The geofeed files SHOULD be published over and fetched
> using https". maybe the word https should be capitalized HTTPS?

can you cite where i would get good answers to such stuff?  the rfced
usually cleans them up.

> 4. paragraph 6 "If an inetnum: for a wide prefix (e.g. a / 16) points
> to an RPKI-signed geofeed file, a customer or attacker could publish a
> unsigned". maybe s/a unsigned/an unsigned/ ?

<blush> yet again

> 5. oh, speaking of Iff, I would prefer if and only if, extended.

will you not hate me if i leave it and let rfc have one more reason to
whack me?

randy