14:56 < Tim> Hi everyone, I'm Tim Bruijnzeels from the RIPE NCC. If you have questions/comments for the presenter and want me to read it out, please state your name/affiliation and I'll go to the mic when questions are called for. Please note that all chat transcripts will be archived and made available to the public on https://ripe69.ripe.net/
15:02 < Tim> The chairs have begun the presentation “Administrivia”.
15:03 < AlexBand> was sitting in the wrong room, oops 😛
15:04 < Tim> Enno Rey has begun the presentation "/48 Considered Harmful? On the Interaction of Strict IPv6 Prefix Filtering and the Needs of Enterprise LIRs".
15:24 < Tim> Enno Rey has asked for questions.
15:37 < Tim> Benno Overeinder has begun the presentation "Quantitative Analysis of BGP Route Leaks".
15:54 < Tim> Benno Overeinder has asked for questions.
15:58 < mickod-2110> good stuff benno
15:59 < Tim> Daniele Lamartino has begun the presentation "A Study of BGP Route Origin Registration and Validation".
16:11 < AlexBand> Here's an example: http://localcert.ripe.net:8088/bgp-preview?q=126.96.36.199/11
16:11 < amd2-ripe> so, if we do validation, the result might be aggregation 😉
16:12 < AlexBand> this is SFR in France. I talked to them and they say this is intentional
16:12 < AlexBand> they no longer want all those more specifics out there
16:12 < amd2-ripe> ah, interresting
16:12 < AlexBand> and instead route everything through AS15557
16:14 < Tim> Daniele Lamartino has asked for questions.
16:15 < ripe171> Carlos Collao from Nic chile
16:17 < mickod-2110> that was an excellent presentation
16:18 < Tim> Joao Damas and Rob Evans have begun the presentation "Charter and WG Chair Re-selection".
16:20 < rhe-786> Aiiiiieeeeeeeee
16:21 < mickod-2110> +1 with gert
16:22 < Tim> This session has now ended. A second routing session will start in 35 minutes (16:00 London time)