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Now we've graduated from beta, wouldn't it be time for us to set our migration list?

I would propose:

  • meta.security of-course
  • superuser
  • serverfault
  • webapps
  • math / theoretical.cs / stackoverflow

Does the moderators have some feedback on this in term of statistical of previous migrations?

This query seems to indicate that only 4 migrations took place. 2 SF, 1 SO and 1 SU.

Thoughts?

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    What's the holdup? The suggestions from July were matched by stats posted from this week. Let's get it done. Can @RebeccaChernoff light a fire on this? (Sorry, I wanted to vote to migrate something today, and you're the staff member that chimed in). – Jeff Ferland Nov 30 '11 at 16:17
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    We proposed this in July and selected a list then. We confirmed that list 3 weeks ago. I've spent the last two weeks nagging CHAOS / community team members. I've got another question to migrate, and still no list. What's the holdup, StackExchange? – Jeff Ferland Dec 13 '11 at 21:12
  • until it does happen, you can always flag or ping us mods in Chat and we'll pitch in:-) – Rory Alsop Dec 16 '11 at 13:07
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Though I don't think we have enough outward migrations to provide evidence, in my opinion the list should be:

  • Meta.Security
  • StackOverflow
  • ServerFault
  • SuperUser
  • Crypto
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Based on 90 day stats as of 3/5/2012, we should have as our top 5 migrate-to locations:

  • 13: Server Fault
  • 10: Superuser
  • 4: Crypto
  • 4: Unix & Linux
  • 3: StackOverflow
  • 3: Webmasters

I don't have an all-time list, but these numbers seem to fit with the sorts of things we have been seeing over the last year. Not a huge change since last month.

We should also have

  • meta.Security
  • I wonder why U&L is coming in ahead of SO? – Iszi Mar 5 '12 at 19:39
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    Good question - although I'm not sure the difference is statistically significant :-) – Rory Alsop Mar 6 '12 at 12:32

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