The Software Recommendations Stack Exchange site is a specialty Stack Exchange site. The same quality guidelines on other Stack Exchange sites still apply, perhaps to a larger degree on Software Recommendations due to the nature of the topic.
The main reason most software recommendation questions get closed on most SE sites isn't because they're software recommendation questions, but because they don't fit the quality of the site.
From What is required for a question to contain "enough information":
One of the key problems that I see Software Recommendations having, is people asking extremely vague and simple questions that ultimately boil down to one of the two close reasons we see on the rest of the network:
- too broad
- unclear what you're asking
As a result, most SE communities have chosen to avoid questions seeking software recommendations simply because they lack detail, water down the site, and become both a distraction and a garden for spam.
But Software Recommendations SE created a set of guidelines to help ensure that such questions have substance and value, that there's a clear purpose for the need for the software and so that answers given are backed with facts, references, and experiences and not just because the software is someone's favorite.
Thus, I wouldn't recommend migrating any Software Recommendation questions, unless they are extremely well-written with good spelling and grammar, containing plenty of detail about the needs and requirements, and other points outlined in the Software Recommendation SE site's guidelines. Hope this helps.