I noticed a mistake in my original post which may have caused confusion.
My test environment is: jbo.tst this runs on vmware on my laptop and is accessed via a static entry in the lmhosts file.
My live environment is www.jbo.com.au
From what I read then the jbo.tst is not counted as a domain. As I have acquired an unlimited licence this is a little academic however seems someone else want to know as well.
The original question should have been: my domain is jbo.com.au well at least as I understand it,
So if I use a template on the following sites:http://www.jbo.com.auhttp://images.jbo.com.auhttp://vk2us.jbo.com.auhttp://callme.jbo.com.au
Then this is 4 sites / hosts however it is all in the same domain. Is this one or four domains?
If your usage of the term domain is in alignment with everyone else then this would be one licence. If you see it as four then the question is is it site based or host based?
If it is four then it appears to be host based licencing rather than domain. Which means if the template is used on the same URL on a large site that employs load sharing across say four hosts then this would be four licences.
To date only one site with one of your templates is alive, http://vk2us.id.au/
, which works very well and more are soon to come.