I have been through a few re-open requests and some shared a similar issue.
Like this one
It was originally closed as unclear. Then the OP changes the question but his edit still makes it a very poor question with no research shown and the answer could be as simple as yes or no - only if the question didn't get closed.
I judge looking at the new(revised) question ignoring the original closure reason. Even though the revised question still doesn't make a good question and would probably get closed very quickly I just leave it closed with the old closure reason.
- Am I doing the right thing or should we re-open and let it get closed for a new - more appropriate reason?
The answer seems obvious: leave it closed, but
- is this how all of you process re-open queue?
Note: I am asking because sometimes I've noticed others voting to re-open such cases and I want to confirm that I am on the same page as everyone else