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I saw a dubious question, and it went on hold which is fine, but it ended up at

https://iot.stackexchange.com/questions/4657/how-rude-is-it-to-put-feet-on-a-table-in-public

And that's really strange. According to the revisions, it was migrated away by two people, one a mod.

I believe we have a very limited number of migration targets. Surely IoT is not one of them?

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I made a mistake moving that question. One little slip of a finger.
Most of the time moves like that get rejected without us asking them to do anything, so I wait a little before asking them to reject it, (which will move it back.) And then it can be moved to where I intended it to go, interpersonal skills.

As mods we can move questions to a lot of Stack Exchange sites, which are listed alphabetically.

The second person mentioned had voted to close, whatever reason they mention, once a close vote has been decided all people who voted to close are mentioned as part of the team closing for that reason.

Added:
In the end it got rejected on both of the sites and is now closed as off topic.

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    I didn't know mods can move to anywhere. Thanks! – Kate Gregory Nov 7 '19 at 19:25
  • I am not sure 'anywhere' but certainly to a lot of places. – Willeke Nov 7 '19 at 19:27
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    @KateGregory after all, we are Travel mods. – JoErNanO Nov 8 '19 at 13:09
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I just fixed this. Thanks for bringing this up.

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