Soon there will be another release of NIS. I would like to say a few words about the name of the downloaded file
It’s great that now the file is checked in the Apostille style. But only in part. Now TxId is written in a separate file. No problem for me. But in order to verify the file, you have to make unnecessary movements. I was somewhat surprised, but maybe I do not understand something )
Would not it be simpler to write the filename immediately in the Apostille standart? i.e. not
Nis-ncc-0.6.87 - Apostille TX f5ae6efac6b3f2dc109aa0a9e8fd4925a2308291b0e9a7976358c3913dc9e9c5 - Date 2017-04-18.tgz
This would be much easier for the user. And it could be a motivating example for other file producers. Quite often, serious developers spread their files without verification. for example
Having an example of an Apostille verification in one motion, it would be possible to offer such developers a non-cost way to solve the problem for a wide range of users. And thereby to promote the spread of Apostille and hence NEM.