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I know of the possibility to subscribe to new questions filtered by tag:


The problem is there's so much noise in this kind of feed that it makes them practically unusable for me.

I would like to further filter questions by reputation. For instance, only new questions of authors with a reputation > 5000 would be really helpful.

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That's not going to net you a lot of questions. Subscribing to questions with a minimum number of upvotes might be a more promising approach – Pëkka Feb 9 '12 at 10:31
Although of course waiting for a certain number of upvotes will mean never being FGITW... – AakashM Feb 9 '12 at 10:33
I understand that this is a narrow search. But I could subscribe to this feed using my normal RSS reader and get a low volume, high quality source. – Nikolai Ruhe Feb 9 '12 at 10:35
You could make this a programming question with the SE API. – Daniel Beck Feb 9 '12 at 10:40

While there's no native way, you should check out SE Question Hunter by Marvin.

Question Hunter fetches a targeted list of questions using the Stack Exchange 2.0 API and assigns each question an MScore. The lowest scoring questions are then displayed for you to act on.

What is an MScore? Well it's a metric I made up. You can refer to it as "My Score", "Marvin Score", whatever works really.

This program is compatible with all the main Stack Exchange sites

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Thanks, this looks promising. – Nikolai Ruhe Feb 9 '12 at 11:17

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