TL;DR How can we stop people from suggesting that bad questions be re-asked on Stack Overflow?
Every so often, a new user asks a question that is more programming-related than security related. Then some of our users will comment that the question belongs on Stack Overflow. Such comments get upvotes, too.
The problem is that most of these questions are not a good fit for Stack Overflow at all. These questions tend to lack basic information about infrastructure, logs, an MCVE, or even a minimal show of research.
Encouraging new users to re-post such questions on Stack Overflow, is doing them a great disservice. First their question wasn't welcome on Security.SE. Then they are referred to Stack Overflow, where their question gets downvoted, closed and deleted. Nobody's happy in this scenario.
So the question is - how can we make our community more aware that re-posting or migration is only good for questions that already meet minimal quality requirements?
Maybe we could create a pro-forma comment, that explains to a new user what their question should include, before posting it on Stack Overflow?