1. Integration with WP.com. No reason for sites built off Automattic’s personal playground.
2. Sends information to WP.com without “connection”. e.g. My feeds are showing up in WP reader. I never wanted this back. Ever.
3. Features turned off onsite are available to WP.com users, who mistakenly believe you can see them “liking” your posts.
4. Turns itself on with no option to disconnect features if you do not like them
5. Malfunctions often rendering ALL links on the page (including those generated by outside API) to the base URL. This includes header image. The only way off of pages is to type in a URL to another page.
6. Each update requires three or more “bug fixes”. Beta testing is limited to users who are on .wordpress.com; Alternatively, only Automattic employees are testing it with no idea what the .org base truly does when it is not hobbled by Automattic only offerings.
7. Privacy issues with statistics. No information available about what will be shared and already is being shared with WP.com.
8. Statistics do not recognize such referrers as Google+. Reporting erroneous at best. No true representation of traffic. Often statistics are belied. e.g. Some days there are more comments from users than JetPack reports page views.
9. Superfluous CSS.
10. Logs out user with every change.
I could go on, but I believe it pointless. I doubt anyone reads these.
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