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This question https://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/244984/what-features-should-be-look-for-when-evaluating-usb-batteries-for-all-day-use-i was recently migrated from this SE to the electronics SE.

While I can't make any judgement as to its on/off topic-ness here since I don't participate in this site, it is off topic there (one of the canned close-vote options is "Use of commercial product is off topic" and has already attracted 4 close votes, no new comments (other than the ones from this site) and no answers.

So Mods here - please try to be at least minimally familiar with the on/off topic policies of the site(s) you migrate questions to.

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While I can't make any judgement as to its on/off topic-ness here since I don't participate in this site ...

Exactly. We can't make any judgement as to its on/off topic-ness there since we don't participate in that site.

But it was certainly off topic here, since it has nothing to do with bicycles. So instead of giving us a poke how about doing something positive, such as advising where you think it should go?

The description of [electronics.se] seemed apt:

Q&A for electronics and electrical engineering professionals, students, and enthusiasts

Perhaps you need to add the words non commercial to the description.

Or maybe, address this question what's wrong with explaining the criteria for battery evaluation? If you don't do it, then who will?

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Well, we can't be familiar with every SE's policies. At best, you can only expect people to migrate things to the closest SE by description and let them sort it out (or close it here).

You could try a different SE if you think there is one that fits better than electronics (e.g. one that is for your application), if it exists, or a forum for people interested in your application.

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