I always thought that close-vote decisions should be private until they may result in an actual action and are in fact private. But I can see the review progress of other users:
Is this wanted behaviour?
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Well, this may be splitting hairs, but... You're not actually seeing close votes.
If you wanna see your close votes, look here (Note: people who are not Flow, don't bother following that link - you can't see Flow's close votes because they're private).
What you are seeing are your review actions. Which... Happen to equate to close votes in some cases. Unlike voting, review actions are public (with some exceptions to be noted later on). Following the model of suggested edits, we're doing our best to make the effort you put into this sort of site up-keep visible - both to show it off (I would hope it is a source of pride for you) and as a means of keeping moderation a community process - like asking, answering, and editing, your /review actions are subject to the scrutiny of your peers.
There will be, by necessity, exceptions to this. Currently, that means delete votes (and recommendations) don't show up, since they tended to disappear when successful. I expect when we get the New User Posts queue set up there'll be stuff hidden there as well, simply because of the nature of the actions taken there (but, this is still being hashed out - feel free to post suggestions if you like).
Of course, the elephant in the room is that, like it or not, this can expose some information that may not have been visible in the past. So let me emphasize:
In practice, this should all but eliminate the danger of unwanted harassment, while improving transparency and opening the door to certain features I wish could have been implemented sooner.
Naturally, if you do encounter harassment (feedback is one thing, but badgering is quite another), please let us know.