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To answer the title question, easy-to-Google questions are not OK for the private beta. Flooding the site with trivial questions and simple answers is a great way to demolish any chance of attracting big-name experts. Artificial intelligence site proposals have already failed a couple times - once explicitly because of terribad pedestrian questions. If we ...


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Yes, that would definitely be a good idea; we get a lot of questions that belong there. The trick is that sites only get migration paths (in or out) after they graduate fully. The reasoning behind this is that beta sites are still figuring out their scopes, and it would be bad to send a question away forever with no way to reopen it at the source site. ...


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If a question is off-topic here, just close it with the generic off-topic reason. Our scope isn't set in stone yet, so we want to keep things on our site in case they need to be reopened. If a question owner - not just any user passing by - really wants their question migrated, they can raise a custom mod flag and a CM will take care of it. (Though if the ...


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In general, I agree with these guidelines. However, I think that misinformation can also be a good reason for deleting an answer, because (intentionally or not) the answer can be harmful. Moreover, it is not always clear the intentions of the answerer. If a user regularly gives answers with misleading or wrong information, this is an obvious sign that his/...


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I agree that such questions are low-quality. I think the current options take care of these cases pretty well: They usually show no effort in asking the question Downvoting is appropriate for such questions. In fact, the first part of the downvote arrow's tooltip is "this question does not show any research effort." Note that it's possible for a question ...


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I think we should have first the list of questions which are off-topic here, and on-topic there. If we've enough number of them, the migration target probably can be added later on. For now you can flag each question for moderation, so it can be migrated manually when accepted. However as far as I've checked, there are only 73 questions tagged with ...


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