I feel like this is something that has to have been covered somewhere on meta before, but I can't find a question dedicated to it. Feel free to nudge me in the direction of one where the topic has come up before.
What is the best criteria for deciding when an off-topic question should be sent to Unix.SE instead of Superuser? I recently flagged this question for migration to Unix.SE. My thought process:
- This is about Linux software RAID.
- It includes output from Linux specific RAID commands.
- It's hard to get more Unix&Linux than this.
The (admittedly minor) issue that I'm facing now is that if this is going to get punted over to SuperUser, along with all of the other questions I've ever flagged for it, the odds are extremely low that any of the ones that I flag in the future ever will. Either I'm missing something (quite possible), or there's too much ambiguity going on here.
Reading back through some of the questions on meta, part of the issue may be that migration to Unix.SE hasn't been an option for quite as long. Maybe the option needs to be moved higher in the list of migration choices (flagging menu) so that it gets more consideration?