If you've posted an answer to a question which later gets migrated, the following text appears below your answer:
The FAQ link points to the deletion section which reads:
Why are some questions or answers removed?
Questions that are extremely off topic, or of very low quality, may be removed at the discretion of the community and moderators.
Over time, closed questions that are not useful as signpoints to other questions may also be removed, as well as questions which have no significant activity over a very long period after being asked. For additional guidance, see How to Ask.
Answers that do not fundamentally answer the question may be removed. This includes answers that are …
- commentary on the question or other answers
- asking another, different question
- “thanks!” or “me too!” responses
- exact duplicates of other answers
- not even a partial answer to the actual question
If you wish to improve an existing answer, click edit. For additional guidance, see How to Answer.
which doesn't answer the question "Why was your post deleted?" in the case of a migration. The tone of this FAQ section implies that the user has done something bad, which they haven't - Answering dupes is frowned upon, but answering questions pending migration is not.
I propose that we change this text to "The question was migrated, your answer is now located
[here](link to new answer)." This would also fix this problem, which prompted this post.