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I stumbled upon Educational manga about a mad scientist which is a manga identification request on this site and from the look of it, I think it's allowed on this site (upvoted and not closed).

I found What do we think about story identification? and Are comic identifications on topic? which seems to conclude that yes, identification request is on-topic.

Anime & Manga Stack Exchange is maintaining a meta post What identification requests are acceptable here? Otherwise, where else can I possibly get helped with it? in which it provides alternative sites such as SE sister sites, or even external sites.

Considering that this site also looks like a suitable alternative site... now, before opening a possibility of flood gate of low-quality manga ID questions that have plagued Anime.SE:

  1. Is this site open for being mentioned as an alternative site on a comment?
  2. If yes, is this site also open to be listed on the said meta post?

(Of course, we'll try our best to provide recommended guidance before suggesting them to post on this site)

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The golden rule of migration is "Don't Migrate Crap". Story identification questions on this site must be as detailed as possible, with a few suggestions outlined in Guidelines for good story-id questions?; the tag info page is also always a good place to look.

I'm a bit of a regular in the Anime&Manga chat room, and from what I see, there aren't too many ID questions being asked on A&M anymore. Most of them are closed fast, and the crappier ones are closed and deleted even faster.

My point? I don't think we'll get an influx of bad questions because A&M community has a good sense of quality. I think we could use a bit of manga-related questions here, for an extra bit of diversity. I don't think this is a great venue for the askers: if we had many people able to answer such questions, I imagine we'd have more manga questions by now, but then I may be wrong, and maybe we'll get more users from A&M hanging out around here.

All things considered, I think it's perfectly fine to redirect askers here or migrate existing questions that pass the golden rule check.

  • Quoting the golden rule is only helpful if everyone can agree on what defines the subjective measure of "crap"ness. Judging from the comments of A&M regulars that I've seen, I'm not sure they and we have the same idea of what makes a "crap" ID question. This answer might be improved by linking to Lit's documentation on ID questions, e.g. meta and tag wiki. – Rand al'Thor Jan 9 at 15:39
  • Thanks, looks like there's no issue with it; I'll add this site to the Anime.SE meta post. Feel free to improve it if it lacks something! – Andrew T. Jan 12 at 20:09

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