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I asked a question on Stack Overflow and the question was migrated to Super User by someone, but then the question didn't belong to me any more. I can't edit or pick an answer for the question, what should I do?

The question is now located here

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Create an account on superuser.com and associate it with the Stack Overflow one. The question will automatically belong to you (I think).

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To help the process along, make sure you use the same OpenID for both accounts. Also wait 24 hours - the process isn't instantaneous when you create the account on the target site after the migration. – ChrisF Jan 7 '11 at 11:44
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thanks, now the problem sovled, and ChrisF is right,this takes time – baddogai Jan 7 '11 at 16:10

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