Re: [sidr] Current document status && directionz

David Conrad <drc@virtualized.org> Thu, 08 September 2016 17:47 UTC

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Date: Thu, 8 Sep 2016 07:47:34 -1000
From: David Conrad <drc@virtualized.org>
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Subject: Re: [sidr] Current document status && directionz
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Chris,

sure... I think sriram may cover this in his document about the decision processes which lead to where we are today.

I think, one way to look at the document and situation is this:
  o community folks for each RIR asked for RPKI to be supported
  o RIR folk put in some development $$/effort to do that
  o no single-root came forward
This is NOT accurate. ICANN, as the IANA Internet Numbering Functions Operator, did come forward and we were informed there was no interest from the RIRs for the IANA Internet Numbering Functions Operator to participate in testing a single root RPKI service.

  o to make the RPKI work, specifically for xfers, or one way wrt transfers, is to fake the root at each RIR.
  o rpki progress can still be made until single-root arrives, and then some re-signing and probably rough work would have to happen to move under the single-root.
[...]
apologies for not being up on the chain-of-command, but this doesn't seem like it's enough... we've been waiting, what are the blockers? why can't this action move forward? (yes, politics, let's move that to anyother list I  suppose)
I suspect if the Internet Numbering Community would be interested in a single root operated by the IANA Internet Numbering Functions Operator, all they need do is _ask_.

Regards,

-drc

(ICANN CTO, but speaking only for myself. Really)

P.S. In my previous note, I forgot to include the above disclaimer. I am not speaking for ICANN here.