What new data should we import from SE?
When we set up this site we imported from SE as of the December data dump (the latest we had at the time). We didn't have a way to get the delta; the import code didn't use the API.
We now have better data-import tools, and there's been a new data dump. We can, therefore, import stuff that was posted on SE between December and now -- through sometime in March via the data dump, and through the API for the rest. We can also now specify what we want via a SQL query, so we can make import decisions based on tags, question status, votes, whether the question has answers, and more.
This is for new posts; we can't integrate edits.
I think it's worth pulling in more posts, as some of our users here were still active there during this period of time. I also think it's worth being a little more picky than we were on the initial data load. I'm thinking about excluding anything that's downvoted on SE, and any question that's closed. Is that a good approach? If not, what should we do instead?