They already know what they
want. It's you who are confused what you want there. What did you not understand of: "Most of the time Albert@Home will have no work to run at all, and when it has, the applcations are experimental, might be unstable, unreliable and may even damage your computer. Validation might be unreliable and we may cancel workunits without prior notice. If you care about credit, this project is certainly not the right one for you.
" ?? Explain, so someone with a more basic understanding of English than you (apparently) can explain it to you.
I understood all of that perfectly well, you've read my posts there. You *have* actually read my posts there? I'm in full support of everything BM says, despite the mistakes/oversights/whatever made that lead up to this total non-crisis. There's no big deal about any of this really.
My point there was and still is, stats have already been exported. The genie is out of the bottle, and it's not going back in. BM is doing the right thing by continuing the export for a while then turning the tap off. There is nothing to be gained by harassing stats sites into removing stats that have already escaped into the wild. As I joked over there, DA would have to lean on stats sites to remove cached stats etc, and the whole thing could be a PR disaster.
To be totally clear, I think everyone over there understands that credit (which this is not about) may be zero. The project may damage your computer. It might make your freezer switch itself off and make you ice cream go all runny. Yes, we all got that. Many times. No point in keep repeating it in other message boards
, which is what my point *here* is
Anyway, unless something has changed they
don't seem to care that stats are in the wild. They just don't want people whining about credit (see above). The stats reporting is just a distraction. What they don't want is people 'flocking' (Copyright DA) to their project and clogging up their boards. Oh well, that didn't go so well
Good luck to them, they'll carry on quite happily I've no doubt.