Re: [sidr] Slides for "RPKI Over BitTorrent" presentation

Arturo Servin <> Fri, 30 March 2012 10:24 UTC

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	I think it is a bit premature to conclude that. Under the same data set I could conclude that your network, validator and research methodology is broken. But that is not the point, the point is that we may have a problem, let's try to solve it and to validate how bad it is.

	In another email Chris Morrow suggested to measure using different validator implementation and different locations, which I think it is a very good idea to see how bad we are and how we can improve.

	Meanwhile, as an repository operator I would love to hear your suggestion to improve. 


On 29 Mar 2012, at 12:04, Rob Austein wrote:

>  In my opinion the RIRs are currently using
> rsync badly, given the way they've chosen to set up their
> repositories.