In this question, the poster noticed that the question was closed rather than being migrated. Comments say that the question was cross-posted, so it was just closed on our site.
In the comments, it appears that some people think that we should tell the poster to re-post to the site where the question would be on-topic.
On Stack Overflow, most people are strongly against telling people to cross-post. Is this sentiment the same across all SE sites?
I know we are Beta, so I assume it is harder for us to migrate questions to other sites. Have we fallen into the mindset that the user should delete their post here and re-post on the site where their question will be on-topic?
Why are we closing these questions as opposed to migrating them?
Migrating these questions would give a link back to Code Review which, in my opinion, would be a good advertisement for our site inside the SE network.