On 2017-08-07 18:50, Roger D Carney wrote:
> Good Morning,
> Thomas, I think the Fee draft can handle your use case of using launch
> phase for premium names (a premium string is only available in one
> phase/subphase combination so if client does not pass phase you should
> return that one valid combination). Can you provide examples where it
> does not work?
See my previous response to Jody: strictly interpreting the fee
extension, we would not be allowed to return the right phase/subphase
combination, since, technically, multiple phases are continually active
at the same time in our model.
However (and I'm warming up to the idea), interpreting the "active"
attribute as *specific to a particular domain name* (rather than as a
general term) would indeed make it feasible.
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