lucy24 - 6:19 am on Apr 10, 2012 (gmt 0)
Doesn't really boost their case for "Please let us crawl your .js files" does it :(
So far, the worst I've got is "linked from" ... a page that itself no longer exists. (Darn! If I paid closer attention before clicking "Fixed", I would notice if they ever had two long-gone pages linking only to each other.) And google's perennial favorite, attributing nonexistent pages to a sitemap from 2008 even though it's "no data available" when you press for details.
I'm getting a lot right now because I de-blocked a bunch of pages I deleted a year ago so they're picking up 410s right and left. Happened to coincide with a chance in their way of recording "errors". My goodness, that googlebot has a long memory.
Still think it would be nice if they told me the names of those 78 pages they profess to have been roboted-away from. Then at least I could be sure they were those same long-deleted pages, and not other pages that google isn't even supposed to know about. (I found three back when they were naming names. They're only linked from one place in the world-- and that place is also securely roboted-out, so how does g### find out about them? Don't answer that. It's going to be one of those search-engine technicalities that I can't wrap my brain around, isn't it.)