There, I said it. I did use stronger wording in the first revision, though.
In no particular order:
Disabling the plugin and re-enabling breaks the comment integration. The three comments made via Disqus are still available on their page, they can still be exported to an XML file that cannot be imported anywhere, but they don’t show up here. That’s a fundamental no-go. It’s broken if it cannot do that. I will not enter a vendor lock-in when my benefits are ads over which I have no control or paying 132 bucks a year.
The Disqus plugin settings menu is utterly pointless if something goes wrong. […]