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

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As mentioned above, »none none« appears to be the chosen name of this user. The fact that the math.SE account is "blank" and unclickable only means that a math.SE account has not been set up. As »no …
answered Nov 15 '13 by user642796
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I note that your comment mentioned/linked to math.SE. From what I have gathered (here and here), the heuristic algorithm decided that it was solely about migration, and in order to cut down on …
answered Dec 1 '13 by user642796
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, but an occasional migration doesn't hurt much. and echoed by Tim Post ...and we're very much against establishing migration paths to beta sites, we need to be absolutely sure that they're going to … graduate before we facilitate a conduit for content to go to them. While eventually a migration path would perhaps be natural, I think that for the time being stemming the potential flow by …
answered Apr 2 '14 by user642796
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criteria for migration is generally that it is off-topic on the original site.) What I would recommend doing is first determine which parts of your question have not been satisfactorily answered here …
answered Dec 3 '14 by user642796
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there. (Incidentally, the question has been asked on mathematica.SE, and doesn't appear to be doing so well right now.) Onto the other issue. Adding a migration path to mathematica.SE was requested, and … moderator help) in the last 90 days, and that migration was rejected. And having the option for 3K users to migrate questions anywhere is not something I would get behind. The site moderators have this …
answered May 1 '15 by user642796
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No and yes. Questions with open bounties cannot be closed for any reason, and this includes migration. In order for a question with a bounty to be migrated, the bounty would first have to be …
answered Nov 27 '13 by user642796