Would it be possible/good idea to move this question to programmers.stackexchange.com ? It's got a 7 delete requests instead of the move option.
As per Anna Lear I'm reopening and migrating.
It's an old question. There's no benefit in moving it. It's been asked, answered and one of the answers has been accepted. There's nothing to be gained for the question by having it moved.
It's already closed - just flag it for moderator attention (assuming they don't read this question) for one of them to
delete lock perhaps.
The question has now been migrated - so I'll live with that.
Yeah, even if it gets closed there too, it's still a better place for it :)
In the future, it'd probably be a good idea to refer to the P.SE FAQ when posting these requests... There's a fair bit of resistance to migrated questions in general among some P.SE users, as they do not wish to be seen as a "dumping ground" for aging SO refuse (although I'm afraid there's a bit of NIH involved as well). So don't expect the benefit of the doubt - describe why the question belongs on P.SE... and perhaps even why it might not. Pay close attention to how it fits within the scope of the site, and whether it follows the 6 subjective guidelines. Example:
How do software projects go over budget and under-deliver? - FAQ compliance
- Question is on-topic for Software engineering.
- Does inspire answers attempting to explain why/how.
- Does inspire longer answers.
- Does not have a particularly constructive, fair, or impartial tone.
- Does invite sharing experiences.
- Does not insist that opinion be backed up with facts/references.
- Is more than just mindless social fun.
Summary: Question fits within the scope of the site, meets 4 of the 6 subjective guidelines, and is not wanted on SO.