I control the domain ischool.zm. I’ve been able to get a cert for www.ischool.zm. However, because the publicsuffix list states *.zm as a TLD, I can’t get a cert for ischool.zm, even though I have the domain. The problem here is that some countries, such as Zambia, have a pretty loose policy around TLDs, so *.zm is no more valid, than the list of observed TLDs on the wikipedia page for .zm. I realise this is actually an issue with the publicsuffix list, rather than letsencrypt per se, but it is nonetheless a corner case that letsencrypt should deal with. Is there a way to request that the publicsuffix is bypassed? Surely if I am able to pass the challenge stage then it doesn’t matter that my domain might be a TLD?