I ran into this question on StackOverflow that was offtopic there, Exit interview for external developers
By the time I saw it, it was less than 2 minutes old but already received 3 migration votes to Programmers which I found utterly astounding. I tried to write a quick comment telling people that it was offtopic for Programmers as well and I intended to flag a moderator for them to close the question on their side. Before I could even finish my one sentence comment it had already migrated over by non-moderator intervention.
Clearly anybody that took 5 minutes to read the Programmers FAQ would realize that this could be offtopic here as well and maybe wouldn't have been so quick to migrate the question. I would hope that the moderators on StackOverflow would know better than this, but then this isn't a moderator problem, these are users with reasonably high reputation on StackOverflow who are allowed to make close votes.
Do you feel that something can be done differently to prevent Programmers from getting dumped on with questions that are clearly not fit for our site? Here is one suggestion off the top of my head: Do not automatically migrate a question to the selected site unless the vote is unanimous or a moderator voted for migration. If the vote is for majority migration then automatically flag a moderator.
Let me know what you think or if you think I am 110% off the mark.