I found a question on CS Stack Exchange, which was asked in March. It is too old for migration. There are unanswered electronic questions on Stack Overflow as well. Specifically, I am talking about this question on CS Stack Exchange: Propagation and contamination delays with different delays for rising and falling edges. This question has also been asked on Stack Overflow: Propagation and contamination delays with different delays for rising and falling edges A very interesting question, but no answers on either site. There is a comment saying it should be asked on EE Stack Exchange, but the Original Poster has not asked it there. On behalf of the Original Poster, can I copy and paste their question to Electrical Engineering, with a proper citation? I am interested in this question.
Mergasov, Propagation and contamination delays with different delays for rising and falling edges, copyright 2021-03-28, licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0, originally posted on Computer Science Stack Exchange. Any subsequent modifications are indicated in the edit history for this current post.
This happens because the scope of the site is not enforced properly on other Stack Exchange sites. See: Do you want the electronics questions from Stack Overflow to be moved to Electrical Engineering Stack Exchange?
Since we have no control over other sites, the only option is to manually copy and paste (with citation) the closed/unanswered questions which can't be migrated, if we find them useful and interesting. Is this okay?