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If you think your question is a better fit elsewhere, you have two options: Ask a moderator to migrate it Ask it yourself at the other site The second option is always better- most questions need some editing to fit the other site better (at a bare minimum, the tags usually need to be changed). This is made worse by the fact that migrated questions only ...


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I am not the moderator that cast the decisive vote to close the question. Personally, I would have no problem just going to your question and migrate it to Electrical Engineering. However, as discussed in this meta post, moderators cannot simply migrate closed questions. One would have to first reopen, then vote to close (again), and migrate it as part of ...


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I would say, as a general rule, that geographic limitations on this type of question are not appropriate here. Asking for what's popular in a specific geographic area will produce results which are only useful to a thin sliver of future visitors, and that's enough to sink that idea. Resource-recommendation questions are hard to get working correctly, and ...


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Your edit automatically enqueued the question for reopen review - it used to be the case that every first edit after closure did that, but the recent changes to review queues included the introduction of a checkbox with which you can mark your edit as significant enough to warrant reopen review. There is therefore no need to make separate meta posts about ...


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The question, in its original form, was correctly closed as a duplicate of the indicated question. The only theoretical limit is as previously answered. Unfortunately, the edits change the reason but not the outcome. Under the edits it is no longer a duplicate, but it is now an engineering question. Engineering questions are explicitly off-topic here. So the ...


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