- Wiki needs a nice 17 logo in upper left corner pronto ;) For that, the admin would set $wgLogo to or a smaller version of that logo.
- The Linux client should save its work when killed--that could help get a bit more work done on machines that turn the client on and off frequently, instead of as it is now when it starts from the last save point. If it would slow down the client to add this function, then it's probably not worth it (added by Frodo42).
- I'd like to see a command line option "workingdir" so that the Linux client can be started via startproc in an lsb compatible startup script.-- AndyST 15:27, 1 March 2006 (EST)
- The Linux client is single-threaded, and spawning an additional process causes it to reload the cached work unit (which the already-running process is currently working on). When running on an SMP machine, it would be convenient to be able to start multiple processes without resorting to a second user account. pmj 01:11, 19 May 2006 (EDT)
- Statically-linked Linux client; it's not possible to run it on machines with old glibc. Brighterorange 13:38, 15 June 2006 (EDT)
- An option to finish all queued work, return results and quit, not requesting more assignments. Useful to remove a machine from the pool without wasting the work already done.