U&L has recently acquired two questions from Stack Overflow that have highly upvoted answers (one has our 6th most upvoted answer). We simply don't have the voting power to take such voting into our own hands.
These are the only two examples I know of; most migrated posts are recent enough that we can fix them. But I fear there are more to come. While it's generally accepted that old posts should normally not be migrated, and migration to U&L requires moderator intervention, the flagging campaign going on at SO means that moderators have a lot of work and will make mistakes now and then.
What can we do about this?
- Accept that life is life, there will be duds, downvote 40 into 35 and move on?
- Close the problematic questions? (On the one hand, it shouldn't have been migrated here. On the other hand, it could have been asked here.)
- Lobby really hard for vote counts to be reset to 0 on migration, which already happens for negatively voted questions?