I saw this question where the OP was asking why his question got closed as "not constructive". I edited the question into something more "constructive" and it had a few reopen votes, but while I was writing up an answer to the meta question I discovered the question had been deleted by 3 community members. This all happened in under an hour.
I don't think we should be deleting someone's question so quickly when they bring it up on meta, particularly when the question isn't terrible and other users are attempting to help them correct the problem and get the question reopened.
And it certainly isn't a very good way to welcome new meta community members when they come here asking about one of their questions to try to understand the system better.
Would there be any way prevent a question from getting deleted by the community during a reopen attempt, or when there is a recent (< 24h?) meta post that contains a link to the question?
This isn't the first time I've worked to try and get a question reopened, and it's been deleted by the community midway through the process.