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Starting to Drop Invalids for Customers

On Wed, Dec 11, 2019 at 5:52 AM Rubens Kuhl <rubensk at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Which brings me to my favorite possible RPKI-IRR integration: a ROA that says that IRR objects on IRR source x with maintainer Y are authoritative for a given number resource. Kinda like SPF for BGP.
>> >
>> Is this required? or a crutch for use until a network can publish all
>> of their routing data in the RPKI?
> It provides an adoption path based on the information already published in IRRs by operators for some years. It also covers for the fact that RPKI currently is only origin-validation.

I would think that if you(royal you) already are publishing:
  "these are the routes i'm going to originate (and here are my customer lists)"

and you (royal you) are accepting the effort to publish 1 'new' thing
in the RPKI.

you could just as easily take the 'stuff I'm going to publish in IRR'
and 'also publish in RPKI'.
Right? So adoption path aside, because that seems like a weird
argument (since your automation to make IRR data appear can ALSO just
send rpki updates), your belief is that: "Hey, this irr object is
really, really me" is still useful/required/necessary/interesting?