The goal was to replace the existing solution of publishing to Twitter directly from the script producing the maps of earthquake locations, with a new solution, that allows for publishing to Twitter in an asynchronous way, and implement a better throttling mechanism, as the old way ran into Twitter rate limits several times, which led to either the account being blocked or shadow banned, because it was identified as publishing spam during periods of high seismic activity.
Now, the applications, after having successfully created the maps, places a message in a RabbitMQ queue. The queue is checked periodically and the message is published to Twitter after a short random delay of something between 1 and 4 seconds.
You can see the published Tweets here. This is the development and test account, the application is still in development mode, so the links may or may not work.