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So I asked a question here about finding out the reputation that has been granted based upon the tags of questions one has asked or answered. The question was closed as an Exact Duplicate of this question; the problem is that it is CLEARLY not an exact duplicate. My question had to do with discovering the amount of reputation awarded based upon tags; the "exact duplicate" had to do with showing the tags separated by question and answer, with nothing to do with reputation. The concepts are completely different.
What can I do to get this question reopened? It is a completely valid request, which is completely different from any other question asked on this site. While other questions ask things about tags, this question asks something about tags which no other question on this site does. I have nominated the question for reopening, but since it was closed by a moderator, it didn't go through the normal "nominate for close" process that normally involves a bit of discussion; nobody really had the opportunity to LOOK at the question, since it was so aggressively closed by the moderators (and everyone will now assume that it's invalid, since it was closed).
Other than hoping for 4 others to actually read the question and the (false) duplicate and nominating for reopen, is there anything else that can be done to reopen this question? And in general, is there any way of bringing the incorrect moderator closure to the attention of the moderators other than waiting for 4 other reopen votes?