I expect to give credit for b2evolution, and I don't mind giving multiple credits (if that is what folks think is helpful or needed).
My issue is that the "canned" credits are not right for the applications I am running.
For example: one of my installations has, at the bottom, "powered by b2evolution open source | multiuser | multiblog" That installation is for a non-profit group; b2evo gets an unassuming credit there, and the multilingual piece is quietly omitted as just not of much interest for this demographic--tmi.
Another installation, for which I have some advertising aspirations, has this at the bottom "powered by the b2evolution blog/cms engine" AND--more than a credit--an endorsement at the bottom of the 3rd (advertising) column: "healthygreenpaint.com is proud to be powered by the b2evolution engine: open source | multilingual | multiuser | multiblog"
Then there is skin credit. I've never run anything with an unmodified skin, but on some occasions when it seemed to me that there were elements visible of both my own tastes and the base skin I began with, I have run "skin modified by (martha), based on a skin by (skin author)". (And yes, all these credits are also links.)
All that said: I wish (1) it were easier to replace inappropriate credits (Skin Facktory, web hosts) with credits that were more contextually attuned to the demographic addressed. (Some folks are pissed off and grousing about this, but for myself I'd be interested hearing guidance/brainstorming that might INCREASE the variety of contextually appropriate forms of credit that could be given--but that's a further wish, and not so much for a feature.)
And (2) I wish the new "switch" for max credits (blog settings>advanced) actually worked. It gives 2 credits even on 0.... so this does not seem to be any part of achieving my wish #1. AND, it gives a sad face and a moral scolding, which (see above) I don't deserve and find annoying.
Isn't there a better way to go about getting b2evo the credit it deserves?