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Migration path from cstheory to CS.SE

We are regularly migrating non-research-level questions from here to CS.SE. I think it would be good to open the migration path to CS.SE so high reputation users can choose to migrate to CS.SE when ...
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Why was "All pairs shortest path in undirected and unweighted graphs" closed and migrated?

The question (which was "banished" to Math.SE) asks if there is a better solution to APSP than running BFS from each node. That is equivalent to asking if there is an algorithm that runs in less than $...
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Moderators: Please be very careful when migrating questions to other Stack Exchange websites

I ask moderators to be very careful when migrating questions to Stack Exchange websites. When in doubt, please close questions as off topic, possibly with a comment suggesting one or a few candidates ...
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To migrate or not to migrate (just close)

Assume that we have a question that is off-topic on cstheory and is getting closed, and it is on-topic on some other SE site. We have two options, 1. we can migrate the question to the other site, ...
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Migrating to cs.SE

We have a few questions where it seemed like cs.SE might be their natural home. For example, Learning Automated Theorem Proving (just migrated) Is there some other way to describe a formal language ...
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Migration problems: both sides should be involved in making migration decisions

Migration is a nice feature but I am starting to get annoyed by the bad migrated questions we are receiving. I haven't counted but my feeling is that the majority of migrated questions to cstheory are ...
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List of target sites in flagging wizard

As a non-moderator, I can flag questions for a multitude of reasons. One is "It doesn't belong here" and then "off topic". After that, a list of possibly suited SE sites is shown along with a generic ...
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Migrating to cs.SE as a "flag" option

Currently non-moderators can flag off-topic posts and suggest that it either belongs in meta or on stackoverflow. It seems that cs.SE is a target that makes at least as much sense as stackoverflow for ...
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