Do we want the CSTheory.SE moderators to migrate low-quality questions over here? More specifically, when someone posts a question on CSTheory.SE that is not a research-level about theoretical computer science, if the question is poor, do we want the CSTheory.SE moderators to migrate it over here? Or do we only want them to migrate questions that are likely to be acceptable here?
Background: Of course, if someone asks a question on CSTheory that isn't a good fit for that site (e.g., isn't a research-level question about theoretical computer science), but would be considered a good question on this site, I think it's pretty clear we'd like them to migrate the question over here. I don't see any disagreement about that.
The part I'd like to discuss is, should we ask the CSTheory moderators look at the quality of the question before migrating it? If the question is pretty clearly bad (e.g., not well-researched, no evidence of effort, or something we'd immediately close over here on CS.SE), do we want them to migrate it?
The CSTheory moderators seem happy to do whatever we want, so we should decide what we want. On a separate thread over there, one of the CSTheory moderators said that our admins (the CS.SE moderators) told them to migrate all questions that are in-scope for CS.SE even if they are badly written. Do we really want to be telling them that? Do we really want those kinds of questions? What criteria do we want them to use, when deciding which questions to migrate? Let's discuss. I'll sure they'll be glad to do whatever is best for our site, so let's figure out what we want, and then pass that along to them.