JSS--Yeah, it's meant to be be the actual current game score if known. So if someone concedes on turn 6 and if the player they are conceding to is losing then record a negative current actual game score.
e.g. Papa Smurf wanted to concede the MacArthur tourny game to me on Turn 6, with me as the Allies and him as the Axis and the actual game score with the Axis up by hundreds of points. If I had let him concede I would have recorded my win with a NEGATIVE actual game score since the Axis was ahead. (He thought the final score was going to be way, way, way in my favor since I had already taken the entire airfield and trapped the bulk of his forces on the eastern half of the island, but I pointed out that I needed a mountain or I could still lose or at least not get an overwhelming win. So I cajoled him into to continue playing and now the result is up in the air.)
StormCrow, yes I am taking requests under advisement. It'll just depend on how easy it is to implement vs how much value it'll add. However, I DID just fix the bug that was happening when a player with less than a full page of games went to view his profile. (Like you!
Fantassin, I just have to get past Islander--number 3 on the list--to get to you! So that's my plan--knock off number 3 and then number 2 and then number 1!
(And that still won't make me be #1, but it should move me way up the list!)
To all: Yes you SHOULD report ALL your games to the ladder. It helps us gain data--how many other people are surprised that most of the games end in Overwhelming wins? Something else a lot of data would do: When we record a bunch of games with all the new fields we'll know which side is winning a game, as well as the average rank of the side doing the winning, so we can tell if a scenario IS unbalanced.