Which sites do you think we need to have migration paths to, now that we are promoted?
Migration paths are an easy way to send a question to another site, without requiring it to be flagged by a moderator.
2012-11-16: In the last 90 days, we migrated all of 5 posts out. I really don't feel like going through all the comments on closed posts, but I'm pretty sure I've seen more comments suggesting migrations than questions that should have been migrated. So I don't think we're ready to have any migration path. Moderators can cope with one migration per fortnight or so.
2012-03-21 (3 months later): we've had 12 migrations in the last 90 days. So the number is on the rise (but the proportion is not: we had about 1700 questions in this time period, versus about 700 during the previous 3 months), but still very much manageable by moderators. The two targets with more than one migrated post are Movies & TV and Literature; both of these would be risky to add as migration paths because we don't want questions to be migrated out just because they are about a movie or about a book. Moderators will remain the sole migrators for the forseeable future; if you think a post should be migrated, flag it.
story-identification is really big here, and we somewhat regularly get questions on it about non-speculative fiction books or short stories. Some of the time these are actually quite good, such as this one, but I have to do a mod flag. It'd be easier if we could just vote to migrate without bothering with that, but we don't have a migration path there (or to anywhere, for that matter).