There have been a number of questions in the Close part of Review lately which were basically asking for help creating an algorithm to do some mundane task (see here, here, here for example). I wonder if some of these people could be helped by migrating them over to https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/. Even if you don't think these questions in particular should go there, I'll bet that those who are okay with migration in general would be okay with the option to migrate to the programmers website. Hence my question: are others in favor of adding this feature? If so, can someone make a request to the appropriate powers?
Yes, it's possible, but as Anna Lear explained in an earlier answer, there are some requirements. There needs to be a clear pattern of questions to be migrated and the migrated posts need to have low rejection rate on the target site. In the mean time, if you need to have a post migrated, just flag the moderators and explain the situation. Moderators can migrate any new post to any site in the network.
I don't really like our setup at the moment. Anna said we need to establish precedents of migrations before the open migration paths, but for now only moderators can actually do these migrations. Because we're actually a long established site where moderators area relatively rarely involved in closing questions, we're sort of stuck.
It would be helpful, I guess, if posts that should be migrated get flagged, even if they are already closed. We can reopen then migrate them.