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Will Jetpack be the end of WordPress?

  • There are a lot of unanswered technical questions concerning Jetpack.

    There’s already more than 250 problems posted at wordpress.org. How much time will it take to implement Jetpack?
    Can I pick and choose the individual features.
    Will this become part of the core.
    Will I have to view the Jetpack messages in Dashboard if I choose not to use it?

    I’m going to wate on the upgrade and see how this pans out.

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  • No, it won’t be the end of WP 🙂 Don’t make a mountain out of a pebble here.

    How much time will it take to implement Jetpack? – About 10-15 minutes

    Can I pick and choose the individual features? – Of course.

    Will this become part of the core. – Nope.

    Will I have to view the Jetpack messages in Dashboard if I choose not to use it? – If you’re not using Jetpack, uninstall it. No more messages.

    esmi

    @esmi

    Forum Moderator

    There’s already more than 250 problems posted at wordpress.org

    And I’d guestimate that about 50% of those didn’t bother to search the forums to see if their problem had been answered before posting. In other words – a huge amount of replication.

    OK, Ipstenu. Thanks for calming me down — I just freaked a little when I went to create another new wp which usually takes 10 min. I should have created a sandbox to see it for myself.

    Moderator James Huff

    @macmanx

    There’s already more than 250 problems posted at wordpress.org.

    As esmi mentioned, most of these are pretty much duplicates.

    The best way to get Jetpack support is via http://en.support.wordpress.com/contact/?jetpack=needs-service

    Technically, we do offer support through these forums too, but we’re getting most of our support requests through the contact form, so it’s hard to keep up here too.

    Also, most of the support requests are of an account-specific nature and should be submitted through the form anyway.

    well… all i can say on this thread that so far Jetpack is working fine on my sites… especially the stats. 🙂

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