In the review tool here on Meta SO I'm seeing a lot of questions in the Close queue with the reason "Too localized" and the apparent reason is because it's a bug or feature request that has been tagged status-completed.
Is there an effort underway by one or more people to go back and close these?
Should there be? There is a perception that Closed questions are "no good" and unwanted; I don't think these should be thought of that way. Aren't Closed questions at risk for Deletion, since they are easier to delete?
What about if a bug returns, or a feature request isn't working the way it should? Wouldn't we want to update the existing Question and/or its Answers?
By and large they seem to be older questions. Is there a guideline for how old they should be to close?