Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Hearing - Tues Davis Break

USADA really, really doesn't want to see Davis' software demo. They didn't want him to have copies of the data, only access in controlled situations, under their control (through Botre)

So much for their search for the truth. The current maneuverings are clearly about winning!


brian@theroadbike.com said...

We don't want to see how the good software works. We want you to show us how it works on the bad software that the lab is using.

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this guy said...

wow, you weren't messing around with the threats to moderate comments. good on you.

Anonymous said...

(Sean in NH)

As a professor of computer scientist, I am AMAZED that the prosecution hadn't checked this all out beforehand. I don't even send student papers out for review unless they can reliably reproduce what they are claiming---and (better yet) put up code that lets the reviewers test for themselves.

All along, I've been disgusted by the actions of WADA/USADA. But this goes beyond the pale.

PS: thanks for all your work, TBV and Bill!

12String said...

Are they saying version 1.67-4 of OS/2? That's an odd version, maybe made by IBM to extend the version 1.0 OS/2 series for proprietary applications. Last time I used OS/2 was about 1990-91 and I believe it was up to version 3.0 or 4.0 (4.0 == Warp). Version 1 series was early 80's.
Also, it takes hours to load on a 486 laptop.