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  1. Keith Davis

    How good is that!
    Looks like you got a result Jeffro.
    I’ll head over and take a look.

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  2. Syed Balkhi

    If only “users” can use non-WP.com related functions without connecting to Jetpack and without writing code.

    Now that would be neat :)

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  3. Luis Alejandre

    Now that´s a great example of a good post title, Jeffro.
    It really caught my eye, everyone wants to take at least a little control of Jetpack!
    Thank you (and thanks, Jeremy)

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  4. Hamish

    Great!
    I was under the impression that while WordPress is very open, with Jetpack they were very closed and wanted people to install all-or-nothing. I’m very happy they are opening it!

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  5. Todd Lahman

    I’ve been waiting 3 months for the JetPack team to respond to my request for hooks.

    http://plugins.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/1884

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  6. Justin Tadlock

    I still stand by my original reply to your first post on the subject. I’d much rather use a one-off plugin than to rely on a large plugin like Jetpack while having to deactivate nearly all of its features. It just makes more sense for me to use a plugin that does one job and does it well.

    Automattic has done a great job though. Jetpack is marketing gold. I need to bundle all my plugins and release them as Tadlockpack.

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  7. Keith Davis

    @Justin Tadlock -Looking forward to “Tadlockpack” Justin.

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  8. Ron Strilaeff

    @Justin Tadlock
    Noooo …. don’t do it Justin :-) Keep it “lean and mean”.

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  9. Chip Bennett

    Oh, this totally gives me a Plugin idea…

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  10. Thomas

    @Justin Tadlock – HAHAHA now I’d buy that for dollar!!! ;)

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