Two fine questions were migrated today:
- arduino - millis() - migrated to Arduino.SE but on topic according to Are pure C questions on-topic?. The underlying problem is a problem present with any C compiler, and is thus applicable to a much wider audience than only Arduinees. (If anywhere, it should've been migrated to SO - but again, it's on topic here).
- https://electronics.meta.stackexchange.com/q/5145/17592 - migrated to this Meta.EE.SE while it has nothing to do with EE.SE itself.
On the latter there's a comment:
I have deemed this is too noisy a thread for the main EE.SE . One could also argue that the question is off-topic and not about electronics design. After all, "Shield [in the Arduino context]" is a marketing word. p.s. The voting pattern was also more consistent with meta (or religion, if you would) than with the main site (at the time when I've migrated this to meta).
I don't recall 'noisy' being a migration reason. If a post generates many off topic comments, the solution is to protect or ultimately lock it.
May I suggest a slightly more tolerant attitude? It can't hurt to wait and let the community decide.