I just wanted to let you all know that I think it's near damn crazy that two years after Issue #41 was added into your issue tracker, for some reason, the developers at the Google+ team have still not added write access to the Google+ platform for us 'normal' folks.
Hootsuite gets access with Google+ Pages write access, yet other developers - like me - are just left out in the dark.
We want to support the Google+ platform, yet thanks to one of the largest Internet companies, we are essentially cock blocked from being able to write to streams in g+.
Facebook? They love us, we can write to pages using their API. Twitter? Same deal, tweet away. Foursquare? Yup.
Hell, even Orkut's API allowed you write activities.
, you said on the issue that you are happy to talk about this openly as long as the discussion was left out of the issue tracker. Why is this issue not resolved after all this time? The functionality must be hidden away there somewhere.
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