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The first rule of migrations is don't migrate crap. That question almost certainly would have been closed on Programmsers.SE, because of several reasons: It's not very well written (poor grammar, bad spelling, no capitalization, etc.) There's no answer - it's just asking "what's better, HTML5 or Flash" Because the question would have been closed on ...


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Where the questions meet the rather high quality guidelines of Software Recommendations I would suggest flagging for moderator attention and asking for it to moved. The problem is that many of the questions we get are vague, and not particularly descriptive nor objective. These questions should be closed, and potentially the user told the correct site and ...


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If you think a question would be more appropriate on another Stack Exchange site, and you've read the other site's help center to ensure it's on-topic, you can flag your post for moderator attention and select the "other" reason, then ask for it to be migrated. Note that posts older than 60 days cannot be migrated, even by moderators. Edit: It appears that ...


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Pretty sure its on topic here. SF would kick it back if we migrated it. Its a developer issue rather than a aysadmin issue.


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There are two things you need to bear in mind. Moderators are volunteers who give their free time to ensure that these sites run smoothly. There are lot of bad questions posted on the sites. We don't have the time to leave an essay explaining exactly why a question is closed each time we close it. It can be beneficial to leave a short note - but this often ...


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Read the flag, dismissed the flag. It wasn't good on the first read, before the close. It still wasn't any good after the flag. Making a decision between frozen yoghurt and ice cream is not a good question that appeals or applies beyond the scope of one. If someone can't make a simple life decision, pushing them around isn't going to help them. ...


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