I have a request. It would be nice if the moderators here would avoid migrating low-quality questions to CS.SE.
I noticed recently a few low-quality questions that were migrated to the Computer Science Stack Exchange (CS.SE) site. I would suggest that we avoid doing that.
If it's a good question, and on-topic for CS.SE, I definitely encourage you to migrate to CS.SE. For instance, if it is not research-level but would be a reasonable question, migrating to CS.SE is a great idea. Go for it!
But if it's a bad question -- one that would be a bad question for CS.SE -- please don't migrate it to CS.SE. If it's a bad question, just close it, don't migrate it. Please don't make CS.SE a dumping ground for bad questions.
If it's a good question -- well-researched, on-topic, focused, narrow -- but has some English/grammar problems, don't let that stop you from migrating. If it's just the English, we can edit it over at CS.SE. But if it is a fundamentally bad question -- e.g., not well-researched, or a duplicate, or unclear -- I personally don't think it should be migrated over to CS.SE
One recent example: https://cstheory.stackexchange.com/q/18536/5038. In my opinion, that question shouldn't have been migrated to CS.SE. It is not a good fit for the Computer Science Stack Exchange. The question does not show evidence of effort. It asks a question about a topic that is already covered by reference questions at CS.SE, with no evidence that the question-asker was aware of that. These issues are not something that those of us at CS.SE can fix through simple edits to the question. Of course, that's just one example. I don't mean to pick on that one or focus on that one too much.
Kaveh explains that the CS.SE admins specifically requested that "badly written" questions are still OK to migrate to CS.SE. I didn't realize that! That explains a lot. Perhaps that's something we should discuss. I'm not sure whether "badly written" refers to the English/grammar, or to more fundamental issues (like whether it's a good question, whether it is well-researched, whether it is on-topic and focused and detailed and not a duplicate). If the former, I agree, English/grammar problems should not be a barrier to migration. If the latter, well, I guess I might have a slight difference of opinion with the CS.SE admins -- maybe that's something we need to discuss on CS.meta, instead of here.
I certainly don't mean to imply that this is a huge, systemic problem that requires major changes to migration, and I don't mean to imply the moderators here are doing anything wrong (I think the moderators are doing a great job!). Overall I think the process is generally working well. I just wanted to suggest a minor refinement that I think might make things work better on CS.SE.