I've just now found this question: Note taking softwares with fast searching?, which is already upvoted and answered. For me it's off topic as looking for software recommendation, should I flag it, or just leave as it is now?
If it was voted for and replied to with "relevant" answers there's some good to it.
Life is not perfect. There are times when a post may be equally apt for 2 SE sites.
Better to find a better fit & move the thread to a better location, than to delete & trash the collective efforts of people.
After all. people voted, replied, put in effort while other people flagged it otherwise.
Why burn the effort if we can find a place to fit it?
Funny thing is, I had no idea Software Recommendations had come up as I primarily remember good ole holy trinity :) And new SE sites are coming up so fast now; whether beta or final.
I had a similar quandry when I posted this few years back in Productivity as Software Rec did not exist and Super User was not a good fit as it was related to better life & schedule management. https://productivity.stackexchange.com/questions/8630/how-do-i-maintain-my-calendar-with-times-belonging-to-different-time-zones
PS: I'd be curious to know what would be the ideal place to post it now?
I still do not have a conclusive answer.
For the posted link:
But, given that now there is "Software Recommendations" Site on stack exchange in addition to Super User it should ideally be moved there.
PS: I am wondering if this can be brought to the light of Admins/ Mods and be made policy.
Scope and topicness of Super User (or any Stack Exchange Q&A) is not superseded by votes, comments and/or answers on the specific posts. You could ask a godly question about how to build a spacecraft, that just happened to fly under the radar and wasn't closed timely, and that gets a detailed answer with all pointers and possible gotchas, yet that doesn't mean that it could not be closed and deleted.
So, yes, flag them or bring them to meta/chat if you believe it wouldn't get enough traction. I don't feel sad for the content, because it shouldn't exist here in the first place.