Reset votes on migrated questions
I apologize if this issue has been previously discussed, but I searched for it and couldn't find it anywhere on Meta.
There was a computer vision question that was originally asked in Signal Processing, and it got an insane amount of up votes there before it was moved to Stackoverflow. I know that 200 up votes are not much for certain tags, but this number is ridiculously huge for OpenCV, which is one of the tags of that question.
Please consider the list of the Top OpenCV answerers of All Time: notice that nobody in the Top Answerers list (besides me) have reached the 200 up votes mark (at the time I wrote this post). If we consider the Top Askers, the most up voted question in OpenCV got 50 votes in almost 4 years of existence (35k views).
Preserving up votes when moving posts to Stackoverflow is not fair to the native users of the site. Regarding OpenCV, the native guys have invested a tremendous amount of time in the past few years helping others to be able to reach that position in the OpenCV hall of fame.
It doesn't make sense that a post that came from another site, that has a completely different user profile/background, is able to put a user in the hall of fame of a tag in a single day. This question have successfully placed the OP in the 1st place on the Top OpenCV Askers with a up vote count that is almost 4x greater than the user at the 2nd place.
What am I saying? I don't believe that an up vote that comes from Programmers, DSP and other StackExchange sites have the same weight as an up vote from Stackoverflow (and vice-versa).
I don't think we shouldn't preserve up votes when moving posts between sister sites.