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The topic covered by the question you mention is on-topic on both SU and AD. It doesn't really matter on which SE site they are, as long as they can be found via the search engine of your choice. Usually only questions which are off-topic on the site they are originally posted don't get an answer in a few days and are on-topic on several sites are ...


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Migrated questions leave a trail. It's been like that as long as I can remember.


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You can use the ‘flag’ link under the question, choose ‘in need of moderator intervention’, then describe the problem including which site you would like the question migrated to and why. In general on other Stack Exchange sites, this is usually not necessary. Instead, you would choose ‘close’/‘flag’, then ‘off-topic because’ ‘This question belongs on ...


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The short answer is probably no, as a moderator here, we cannot migrate a question that has aged past 60 days. Also, we can’t pull questions, so they (SO Moderators and users) would have to send it over, assuming they both can and wish to. What is migration and how does it work? The exception for employees migrating seems to be not something they ...


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Although the question is on topic here, I’ve migrated it away and asked (via a flag) for the comments to get cleared on the new site. If the migration is rejected, please flag for re-opening here.


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The link remains as the original question remains on the original site post migration. The original question is not deleted when a question is migrated, unless the question is manually deleted or automatically deleted at a later date; the migration itself is not responsible for deleting the original question. If a question is migrated to another site and is ...


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