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

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Just to chime in with my two cents. First a note about the timeline: in case it was not clear, the question received 2 flags for migration to physics, and then 2 votes to close for migration for … ), and had I not been a moderator I would've voted for migration directly, I am somewhat justified in overriding the closure reason and changing it to migration. I actually suspected that there might …
answered Oct 10 '13 by Willie Wong
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I suspect that one of the reasons is why we also have the closed questions appear on the main page: checks and balances. When a subset of the 3K+ users decides to close as offtopic and migrate a que …
answered Jul 26 '11 by Willie Wong
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cstheory.stackexchange.com and physics.stackexchange.com seem to be targets that may be nice to have for suggested migrations.
answered Mar 4 '11 by Willie Wong
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Here's a step-by-step: Wait a sufficient number of days. (At least one week.) This is just in case someone on Math.SE can answer your question. Flag for moderator attention. Request the moderators …
answered Oct 28 '14 by Willie Wong
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I have keyed in the synonym mappings for most of the arXiv tags. A few slight mismatches: ca.analysis-and-odes points now to analysis; ODE questions will need retagging manually after migration
answered Jan 20 '14 by Willie Wong