No, I do not think JetPack authors will add my plugin to that list because it is not a social networking plugin that prints it's own open graph tags. If they did so, it could actually cause their own 'Publicize and 'Sharing' modules to not have any open graph tags since my plugin does not add any.
The JetPack 'Publicize and 'Sharing' modules provides a feature to connect your WordPress site to popular social networks and automatically share new posts with friends and followers via Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Yahoo!, and Linkedin.
There is just one problem, Jetpack uses an implementation of Open Graph meta tags which causes "Fast Secure Contact Form" plugin to have a failure to redirect after the user submits their message. (I do not know exactly why). This results in a user thinking their form was not properly submitted and they might try it again.
JetPack has no setting to disable the 'Publicize and 'Sharing' modules. Instead, adding this line in your functions.php should fix this particular problem and allow "Fast Secure Contact Form" redirect to work properly:
How to disable Jetpack open graph tags
To remove Jetpack’s open graph tags, open up your theme’s functions.php file and paste the following code.
// remove jetpack open graph tags
add_filter( 'jetpack_enable_open_graph', '__return_false', 99 );
The opengraph filter controls whether the Open Graph functionality loads. Try it and let me know if it fixes the redirect problem. Only do it if you are OK with the open graph tags missing from your site.
If you previously added my $conflicting_plugins = array hack into jetpack.php, be sure to remove it before you try this so the results can be measured accurately.