I look for the following things:
These are what I conder to be code quality metrics. If the above are met then the code is good. Obviously, some of these are easier to identify than others. You have to define your own thresholds for things like "What is comprehensive documentation?" This kind of thing can be more subjective than something like: "Are all defects mitigated?" which is just a simple yes / no answer.
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