Just change the text to something like

This question has been migrated to: http://meta.stackoverflow.com/q/...
by: ...

(no separate notification as in this request I mean)


edit example:

modification of Andy E's Head's answer

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I would have thought that is pretty obvious in it's current format. alt text

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Sorry, clarification: I meant on the original page, so newcomers wouldn't be confused by the migrated to meta.stackoverflow.com -> "So, where exactly there?!" –  Tobias Kienzler Sep 9 '10 at 9:07
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It would add a lot of extra bulk:

I think I prefer Jon B's suggestion, to be honest.

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that's really huge. What about the shorthand notation (/q/61585, see my update)? –  Tobias Kienzler Sep 9 '10 at 10:42
    
@Tobias: the shorthand looks better but there's still a chance of it being pushed down onto the next line. –  Andy E Sep 9 '10 at 11:37
    
For a fixed migrated-to site the shorthand would always have the same length as long as e.g. no 1k questions barrier is breached. But anyway, the main point is, the link-text should already indicate that it's not just a link to e.g. meta, but to the very migrated question –  Tobias Kienzler Sep 9 '10 at 13:21
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