As highlighted in this question, users who edit after closing have a very hard time getting the attention necessary to reopen.
On Meta the general consensus is this
- Bad questions will be closed. Immediately.
- Duplicates of closed questions will be closed. Inevitably.
- Questions on Meta about those questions will be closed. Indubitably. *
* That one isn't quite true. But I needed a third for my alliteration.
Obviously, we don't want to do anything intrusive for everyday users that suggests they go about re-reading closed posts. They were closed for a reason, and we can't just assume that they've magically gotten better.
However, the 10k users have tools already that highlight information that already exists. The tools are there just to make it easier for them to spot items that might need attention. This is why I suggest that they get an additional link.
"Questions Edited After Closing"
That way, the 10k users could (if they choose) go through the list and vote to reopen if they feel it necessary. Obviously, this would then bump the question to the "closed" list under the 'votes to reopen' tag. But the hardest part for a user trying to get their question reopened is attention and this is another (completely non-intrusive) way for them to get it.
For those who would prefer a notification based solution, see this proposal