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?
Flag it. Those questions should be removed (which is what I just did).
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Scope and topicness of Super User (or any Stack Exchange Q&A) is not superseded by votes, comments and/or answers on the specific posts.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.