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If you look at What made you change your long-living opinion regarding some aspect of programming? you'll see theres no history. This was a non-CW question that was changed to CW. Also, it has been closed and reopened (confirmed by the 10k+ tools as having received 5 close votes but it's open with no close votes).

Did changing it to CW either scupper the close process or just lose the history?

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It has 5 re-open votes:
http://stackoverflow.com/revisions/1426546/list

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Theres no link to that URL that I see so that would be the bug or am I missing that URL from the page somewhere? – cletus Sep 15 '09 at 23:45
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As long as the post hasn't been edited yet, the link does not exist. You have to construct it yourself: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/1690/… – Ladybug Killer Sep 16 '09 at 7:12

No edits == no history.

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