Can the Twitter link on non-trilogy sites stop the title before 140 characters are used?
(Title = 100 characters, t.co link + spaces = 21 characters, free space after all that = 19 characters)
So for instance, an example question is https://dba.stackexchange.com/questions/3864/this-question-only-exists-to-serve-a-point-because-im-demonstrating-something-fo
And this is the generated Twitter dialog that comes up:
This question only exists to serve a point because I'm demonstrating something for a meta. With the addition of this sentence, chars are 140 http://t.co/4nDzhMW
... which is 20 points too long.
Now, granted, there's something to be said for a useful title, so 140 characters in the title may be too much (I think it starts to grouse after 150), but it's bound to happen.
I suggest that the title on a question be foreshortened to 100 characters for insertion in the Twitter dialog, allowing for 20 more characters for the t.co URL that follows, and allowing an additional 19 characters (there should be a trailing space) for additional hashtags (as spurred by this daughter-meta request: Can the share on twitter linke automatically include #sqlhelp? wherein the request for #sqlhelp is not up for discussion on this question. That was thoroughly dismissed by the #sqlhelp community.)