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Cool hack - give it a try!
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Excellent, just what I needed; but will it last or will it also be 404 in the near future?
 
+Singularity Utopia There is no way to know, but I have been using it for a few months now and it is stable.
 
Fingers crossed, thanks for your help. It's crazy that Google does not automatically provide RSS.
 
The rss feed will probably come when the api is released.
 
It's broken now, the error message is:

Error when trying to get public G+ posts of user 112564607617850290297 : 403 OK { "code": 403, "errors": [ { "domain": "usageLimits", "message": "Daily Limit Exceeded", "reason": "dailyLimitExceeded" } ], "message": "Daily Limit Exceeded" }

Here is the feed:

http://gplus-to-rss.appspot.com/rss/112564607617850290297

...and here is another:
 
http://gplus-to-rss.appspot.com/rss/108518263530170635868

Do you have alternate RSS suggestions for G+ pages?
 
The above RSS converter I have been using breaks intermittently with the following error code, which is currently showing. Do you have any suggestions?

Error when trying to get public G+ posts of user 112564607617850290297 : 403 OK { "code": 403, "errors": [ { "domain": "usageLimits", "message": "Daily Limit Exceeded", "reason": "dailyLimitExceeded" } ], "message": "Daily Limit Exceeded" }

I have also asked this question here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/114822617931706904248/posts/UPKfPuy8nSp
 
I don't really know much about programming but is this the api you previously referred to? Is it now "released"? https://developers.google.com/+/api/

Ah ha, and does the "quota" section explain my problems: "Quota
Applications are limited to a courtesy usage quota. This should provide enough access for you to preview the API and to start thinking about how you want to build your application. To see the courtesy limit and to request a higher limit for your application, please see the Google APIs Console. To learn more, see the Google APIs Console Help."
 
The api is semi-released. You cannot use it for rss at the moment (as far as I know)
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