During the last couple weeks I came across a considerable amount of questions that have been close-voted due to not being specific to WordPress.
Approximately 9 out of 10 times I agreed in that the questions were not WP-specific per se - so I voted the same, after having read the question (and comments, if present).
However, the questions themselves were oftentimes accurate and good-worded - and definitley worth being answered. So I wondered why they have been close-voted as not specific to WordPress and not as belongs on another site in the Stack Exchange network (which most of the times has been the case, IMO).
I'm aware that moderators (like all users having enough reputation) are being notified of close-voted questions. So if a moderator sees a question that better were asked on another SE site, it could/will be migrated.
Nevertheless, I'm confident in that more of these question could be migrated if they weren't close-voted as not WP-specific but close-voted as should be on StackOverflow, for instance.
I must say that I, too, close-voted a bunch of questions as off-topic (because they were, and the description even says Might be better asked at Stack Overflow or other appropriate site of Stack Exchange network.). A few seconds later, however, I thought about having voted as belongs on another site in the Stack Exchange network would have been the better decision.
What do you think?
Does it matter (to you) how/if a question asked on WPSE in the first place while better put on SO, for instance, gets attention (and a solution)?
Does it matter if a question is close-voted as belongs to StackOverflow, or not WP-specific (what IMO puts more weight on the moderators' shoulders than just approving to migrate a question to an already suggested site)?
Maybe the option This question belongs on another site in the Stack Exchange network doesn't stick out enough (as it could/should) - as a one-liner, no color/links and the like...?