So what seems like an age ago now, I asked if we should have a community-run Twitter account. It seemed like the response to that was generally positive.
A few of us have taken on the project of developing a bot to run some aspects of that account. One thing it's planned to do is manage the tweeting of question links. This can be done using suggestions from users in chat, and if that doesn't provide enough material then the site can be scraped to find potential questions.
However, I'd assume that we don't want 'bad' questions tweeted. Therefore, we need to define what 'good' is, in terms that a bot can use. This means in things like
- close and delete votes
- existence of post notices
- number of answers
and any mathematical operations thereon. Some of those are reasonably obvious, some less so. So what should the requirements be?