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  1. That's No problems (and another coffee for me). Big thumbs up to the WordPress.com team.

  2. I also had some troubles with the new dashboard, but this is no reason to call for an end of WordPress or a complete reversal to the old dashboard. I came on this forum to get help from other users who were able to advise me well on what to do. As it turned out that there was indeed a big bug with some aspects of the new dashboard, about which I couldn't do anything, I contacted the support team with a detailed explanation of the trouble and they were able to fix it. I understand that the change was a bit brutal, especially for those like me who hadn't yet made a habit to browse through the forum until now, but the WordPress community really helped buffering it up.

    I think we shouldn't forget that this blogging platform isn't only FREE, it's actually topnotch if you compare it with other so-called free services (I'm not giving out names, but you probably know what I'm talking about), which offer you lousy tools, horribly-looking interfaces and deluge you with ads and marketing requests whenever you log on. So one can't have the attitude of the normal customer who's paying for a service and can, therefore, behave like a king. The WP team has absolutely no obligations towards us!

    If you really hate WordPress and feel you can find a better place to be, then, no one is holding you back.

    Of course, you can easily guess that I won't sign your petition. I like WP a lot and won't give up on it or even turn against it simply because of some bugs or temporary troubles.

  3. You should make that "no legal obligation" :) . The WP team is obviously commited to the service. Otherwise they would let it rot (obviously they do the opposite).

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