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I think this is as good a place as any to start keeping a meta record of what our migration paths should be once we reach that stage of our site.

Currently, in beta, we cannot have any more paths set up but keeping a record of our ideas is never a bad thing.

Currently we have suggested of

Please add any other SE site you think should be a migration path and why.

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    Might I remind everyone not to migrate crap? So if a question is off-topic here, its fine if it doesn't get a new home elsewhere if you think its a poor question to begin with. – Ivo Flipse Jan 12 '12 at 21:56
  • Aye, point taken. – Tablemaker Jan 12 '12 at 22:01
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literature.stackexchange.com would be another useful one in due course.

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Due to this meta question, I move to include AVP on this list.

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my list:

  • sci-fi
  • literature
  • physics (for those questions about how it's possible for something to happen)
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Skeptics.StackExchange.com was suggested in this question because the likeliness of a physical phenomenon was questioned. I can imagine this will occur more often, given special effects, stunts and many more ways reality can be "helped" in movies.

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  • actually that particular quesiton is more on-topic for physics than skeptics. – DForck42 Jan 12 '12 at 18:31
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    Skeptics does require you to back up your questions, given how movies are mostly made up by definition, I don't think this would be really appropriate – Ivo Flipse Jan 12 '12 at 21:56
  • For the record: the linked question was moved to physics. – Gert Arnold Jan 13 '12 at 13:18
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Since identification questions turned off-topic, I would suggest to migrate to Music Fans questions related to music, soundtrack identification.

Other trivia questions off-topic here, but related to Music knowledge are also allowed there.

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