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The process of migrating off-topic questions from one Stack Exchange site to another.

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That one seemed like a particularly, unusually good fit for crypto.se -- and it didn't seem that math heavy to me, either. Realize that math.se is quite large now, on the order of 72 questions/day : …
answered Sep 3 '11 by Jeff Atwood
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You can simply read the original question to see who migrated it -- click the "from math.stackexchange.com" link to go back to the source: https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/60425/meaning-of-p- …
answered Aug 29 '11 by Jeff Atwood
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The only reason not to migrate, assuming the essential rule of "is it on-topic for the target site?" has been decided: If the question is of very low quality, do not migrate it. This is effectiv …
answered Feb 19 '11 by Jeff Atwood