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It is not often, but it can occur that a post belong to Security Stackexchange.

What about adding it to the migration list ?

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It would fit the empty space !

Some examples this week:

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    If it's not often, then it's not needed. – Wesley Nov 26 '15 at 19:29
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    None of those are off topic for SF. The first and last are a bit broad/opinion-based so don't really have a home on SE, so there really isn't a need to migrate them. Please, also, stop leaving comments about $elsewhere being better. That's not necessarily the case, and people saying the same on SO are a real source of irritation here. – Iain Nov 28 '15 at 12:34
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We can't add more targets to the migration list (it's an arbitrary hard limit set by the SE staff).

The sites currently on the list (SO, SU, U&L, DBA) are much more important.

Some stats for migration in the last 90 days:

SU:  152
U&L:  79
SO:   37
DBA:  18
SEC:   4

When you think it's really necessary to migrate, raise a flag (the mod might disagree though and reject the flag).

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    In fact stats aren't really accurate, some posts are not migrated. – Froggiz Nov 27 '15 at 12:44
  • @Froggiz What do you want to say with this? The reject rates are ~10%, this don't change this statistic. – Sven Nov 27 '15 at 13:09
  • That some post which should be migrated are in status closed or even not touched, so they are not in statistics. But yes it is still less than other sites – Froggiz Nov 27 '15 at 13:31

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