In the review tab Close votes if you edit a question it automatically goes away. I'm quite against this behavior. I assume that this thing has been implemented thinking that if you edit an answer it means that you don't need to close it anymore.
Even if this is true most of the time, it has at least one case in which this is not totally true. Let's examine each closing vote:
- exact duplicate: here we obviously don't need to edit it since it will be always considered as a link to another question (the original one).
- not constructive: here if we edit the answer we expect it to finally fit the SO format, so it's good to skip to another one.
- not a real question: if it's hard to tell what's being asked in that question, it's hard that an edit from an external user will give a mean to the question.
- too localized: it should just be closed.
And finally we have to consider the last one:
- off topic
It's clear that if an answer is off topic we have two options:
- The question is just off topic an no other Stack Exchange websites can manage it
- The question is off topic and should be moved to another Stack Exchange site
Now in the second option we could see some grammar error or mistakes and want to improve it and then close it as off topic to migrate it. But as it current stands it just doesn't let you do both, either one or the other.
How could we solve this problem?
We could create another review tab migrations in which you can edit a question and the click either on keep it here or migrate. In this tab would go only the questions that can be migrated to another Stack Exchange website.
We have to consider also that this review tab would split the way too big amount of Close votes questions.
Also the migrations tab would be (I don't have considered this seriously, but I'll let you decide) limited to people who has other accounts in the Stack Exchange networks which know better than anyone else if that question suit another site.
What do you think?