I’d be interested in buying a Pro licence if it were possible to share the entitlements across more than one server.
My first idea was perhaps with some kind of additional utilisation per server, e.g. a 10 domain licence shared across two physical servers = 1 ‘domain’ extra used for each physical server, and the remaining 8 could be applied to any site running on either server.
This would be most useful because of the current breakpoints - 10/50/100/250 domains are large jumps. It means I am over the threshold for the lower number on a server where I host multiple domains, but my test/personal server only has two domains configured (and is otherwise used for secondary backup DNS and things like Icecast and an NGINX reverse proxy), but I would still like to pay to contribute more towards development.
However, that approach has its downsides, and I know a single shared licence across multiple servers may be difficult to implement due to how Pro features are enabled.
If that’s the case, how about a system where a customer can pay for a quota of domains, then generate separate licences for each server from a customer portal to apply to each server?
Each server licence could be custom for the number of domains they wanted to host, with the domain allocation being deducted from their account in real time. Then, if you wanted to add a domain to the licence, you could reissue – any old licence could be immediately invalidated if it took you over your total quota.
While the available domain quantities have such a large interval, might there be a possibility to bespoke a licence to suit my requirements?