Bear with me, I'm fuming about getting a decline flag at 665 fw, which will take about 20ish successful flags to make up.
I flagged this question for migration to U&L. It has absolutely nothing to do with systems administration other than the OP saying
"I think this would be particularly useful for virtual appliances and server deployment." That cannot be the standard for allowing questions to stay on the site that are otherwise unrelated. I could pick any technology topic under the sun, ask a question, and follow up with that sentence. Someone somewhere can find anything useful, this can't be the criteria by which question relevance is judged.
Now I'm down 10 fw (which is a metric shit ton when you're at 665) and the question is still here. Why is this a more fitting place for that question than U&L?