zdgn - 11:52 am on Mar 27, 2012 (gmt 0)
Matt Cutts asks webmasters to remove robots.txt disallow rules for js and css files
I will robots-allow my prized hardworked-and-created js and css ONLY IF Google *promises* NOT to index them and NOT to make the source code readily searchable for open scraper theft with some 'awesome' future Labs component dreamt up by an 'awesome' engineer during his/her allotted playtime at the Plex.
I have bad, bad memories of finding my code readily available at the old Code Search compo in the past... Took me ages to obfuscate and expunge my code off the SERPs and off scrapers' radars... so I'm paranoid.
Besides, Googlebot seems to read DOM-ready renditions now, so please ask the bot to focus on the outcome and not what's under the hood, thanks.