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(Inspired by another question, "tweets of meta questions".)

As far as I can tell, the automatic Twitter tweets of posts are good for those who are looking for tweets about and for those who are looking for tweets about a topic. Tweets about posts, though, are only good for the former group, and #hashtags are aimed at the latter group. Therefore, I suggest tweets about posts lack #hashtags.
An exception, though, should be MSO, since MSO is not just a meta site about another site (not of interest to outsiders) but the primary site for discussing the Stack Exchange engine (of interest to outsiders).

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The hashtag will be omitted on meta question tweets after our next build.

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I assume that the MSO exception has now been dropped? – TRiG is Timothy Richard Green Dec 5 '14 at 13:19

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