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  1. It was a real pleasure to discover his Markdown plugin as the one I used was incorporated in Jetpack and I don’t need such a big plugin.

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  2. This kind of extractions are pretty cool until the developer becomes to busy or WP decides to change how their code works. In the past there was als a standalone wordpress stats plugin. That one worked very well until it was necessary to install (download) jetpack at all.

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    1. Good point. One thing that concerns me is how the author maintain the plugins. I mean he has to update everything when Jetpack has something new. I suggest putting all these plugins on Github so the community can help him to do that.

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      1. If he is smart, he will support only those plugins with less or non dependencies. The only thing that could happen is that an existing user will ask for an update to keep the function conform Jetpack.

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