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At this rate, it will be a some time in mid 2012 when the content is all finally recognized by Google..
I've wasted a LOT of time and money in the past doing SEO by the book
According to Google webmaster central, only 57 of the 129 pages in my sitemap were indexed. But if I do "site:domain.com", tf [shows 321 pages are actually there...ironically many of the pages are double-indexed; first 13 pages are all the semantic URLs
If you're being crawled (especially if crawled frequently), its likely Google has decided there is insufficient value to those pages to warrant inclusion in the main index... Ultimately though, you will need to increase the perceived value by enriching the content (Google validates) or getting new links (external validation).
I just meant by policy, it seems odd to obsess over the details as one member was advocating. I'd have to be full time dedicated to SEO I guess