Any site that is not still in beta can request up to five user-initiated migration targets that will be set up by the Community Team as needed. There's a nice FAQ about migration over on the main meta site. You can request these through a meta request like this and we will consider them.
For right now, I don't see a need for this migration path.
The last ...
Provided the information could be posed in a Q&A style format, I think this is OK. It's perfectly OK to answer your own questions, so this might be one case where this is a good idea.
I know I asked a couple of questions that I intended to answer myself to get things moving on this site... but I received too many good answers --- probably better than ...
I believe that would be considered off-topic. Check out this explanation of what is on-topic here.
I suspect that such a question is probably off-topic for most Stack Exchange sites.
My only suggestion would be to use chat, which you already know about.
There are only three custom close reasons allowed, and these are currently set up to be:
I asked for the last one to be added, because the beginning of each northern hemisphere academic year always brings students asking for us to do their homework.
As a moderator, when I select the off-topic option, I can search for a more appropriate SE site:
but then ...
I did migrate this question and here is my reasoning behind it.
Is it about the DSP? Yes.
Is it about programming? Yes
Which one of the above is it mostly about? My bet is on programming.
I did like this question a lot, and I do realise that similar questions get closed or not being answered on DSP SE. I know that SO has many users with DSP knowledge (...
The rules appear to allow such questions if you state them the right way. Quoting Signal Processing Stack Exchange help center:
Some subjective questions are allowed, but “subjective” does not mean
“anything goes”. All subjective questions are expected to be
constructive. What does that mean? Constructive subjective questions:
inspire answers ...
I believe it is on-topic:
it uses image processing techniques
it can be interpreted as video processing (video should be signal, right? :) )
Computer Vision proposal from Area51 is now officially closed, with most of the questions redirected to this site
The linked meta question from the question gives the right answer: