In voting to close, why is the only off-topic option the CS.meta? That forces "off-topic" to mean the much more specific and less useful "on-topic in meta"!
@StevenJeuris: I think the method might be to write a feature request here on meta, and maybe poke any SE employees you have access to. I've been thinking we should have a couple more sites on the migration short list for a while too, but I'm not sure which, and we're limited to 5. Here are a few prime candidates, judging from the list of migrations in the mod tools (won't be visible below 2000 rep AFAIK):
- Biology: three migrated since mid-January
- Personal Productivity: three migrated
- Cross Validated: two
- Philosophy: one
- Skeptics: one
- Linguistics: one
There were also two migrated to Academia, and one each to Stack Overflow, Open Data, and Movies & TV, but I don't see a substantive link with any of these.
I would prefer to keep Meta.CogSci on the list, and add the top two or three for starters.