First, I realise that this question is a duplicate, but since that was asked a long time ago, I think it would be appropriate to ask it again.
Edit: Some questions may be a better fit for the Computer Science Stack Exchange, so I have included this in the title as well.
Recently, we have a lot (in my opinion) of "general programming questions"
- a question about getline in C++! (Deleted)
- How to find the maximum in any interval in an array with preprocessing in O(nlogn) (Deleted)
- On pop up accordian is called in that i want to display error message (Deleted)
- Operations on stacks of coins (Deleted)
That is seven questions over five days, or an average of 1.4 question per day, that I think should belong to StackOverflow question instead.
The answer on the linked question states that
If you want a migration path to a site, you'll need to provide ample evidence that you actually have a sufficient demand for it. You need a significant number of questions that you either have already migrated to Stack Overflow, or are valid migrations to Stack Overflow that have yet to be addressed.
In my opinion this is a significant number, so I'm thinking whether we should have migration to StackOverflow. From the askers' perspective, I think it would help them a lot if their question can be migrated automatically, instead of being criticized here. From our perspective, it could clear up the site (without so many [on hold] questions) and we don't need to repeat the comment -> vote to close -> vote to delete procedure.
Related: Looking at this page in the moderator tools, I realised that there were some migrations to StackOverflow in 2011 and early 2012. Since I am relatively new here, was there some historical reasons that caused the migration link to be removed?
P.S. first meta question, so I'm not sure whether I got the tags right.