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I don't see this question clearly asked and answered anywhere, it's certainly not in the ServerFault FAQ where I was trying to find it.
From reading some of the stuff on meta, it seems that:
the correct way to deal with a question on ServerFault that should be on SuperUser is to flag it for moderator attention with a note that the question belongs elsewhere.
the wrong thing to do is to slap on a "belongs-on-superuser" tag.
Is that about right?
asked Nov 22, 2009 at 7:50
You are correct.
- If you have enough reputation, vote "belongs on xxxxx". You can also flag the question.
- If you do not have 3k+ rep, you can flag the question.
- Never use the "belongs on xxxxx" tag on any question. This has been discussed a few times and the conclusion is to not use those tags on any of the sites.
answered Nov 22, 2009 at 8:28
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