Requires WordPress.com authentication, enables almost everything by default!
Would be much more useful and help me trust it more if it 1) had everything disabled by default and allowed me to only enable modules that I wanted to use. Make it as slim and light as possible, then install those add-ons when users want them. And 2) if it didn’t require WordPress.com authentication. Many “modules” have no need of wp.com authentication. Why not let us use those without authentication?
I appreciate Automattic offering some WordPress.com features for free, but it seems like something of a data-grab combined with an attempt to bolster WordPress.com usership. Sorry, but I don’t use my WordPress.com account for anything really…. Make it useful and easy to me first, then offer me incentives to use/integrate it in my sites. Don’t try to force me to use it with incentives and enticements when there was no real previous reason.
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