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Abraham Williams
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Experienced developer, start-up founder, and international speaker working at Bendyworks
Experienced developer, start-up founder, and international speaker working at Bendyworks

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For the month of December I'm writing a #flutter app and blogging about it everyday. You can read about the project and find links to all the blog posts here: https://bendyworks.com/blog/a-month-of-flutter
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Google+ APIs will shut down on March 7, 2019 and API calls may fail intermittently as early as January 28

Details here → http://bit.ly/2F8xvwk

Please read our blog post for more info on the transition, what it means for developers that use the platform, and our investment in G+ for enterprise organizations.

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Google+ APIs will shut down on March 7, 2019 and API calls may fail intermittently as early as January 28

Details here → http://bit.ly/2F8xvwk

Please read our blog post for more info on the transition, what it means for developers that use the platform, and our investment in G+ for enterprise organizations.
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I spend December building a Flutter app and blogging about it.
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Oh 2012 side-project, it's time to retire you.

https://io-stream.appspot.com/
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On March 7, 2019, all Google+ APIs will be shut down. This will be a progressive shutdown beginning in late January, with calls to these APIs starting to intermittently fail as early as January 28, 2019.

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Anyone still using this?
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Well I guess You should follow me on Twitter: @abraham
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Google Takeout, can you do something about comments?

I'm not sure where I'm going to go when G+ shuts down—I've been doing more with Medium, but that's heavyweight and has the paywall problem, and Mastodon seems too lightweight but maybe I just don't understand it well enough yet.

But one issue: you can pull all your G+ posts via Google Takeout, but while you get comments on your posts' threads, you do not get reshare comments or comments you made on others' posts.

We generally acted with proprietorship over our posts' comment threads in terms of moderation, we had the ability to delete or approve comments on our threads, etc. So I can understand the clear-cut "ownership" that users have over their own posts and the comment threads on their posts. But I think there's also a partial-ownership interest in these other cases, as well.
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