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This question on Programmers, and I understand by the comment thread that it is voted to be reopened (at the time of asking this question). However, when I look at the question, I don't see any reopen requests.

Does it take a minimal amount of reputation just to see reopen (or close) requests?

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up vote 4 down vote accepted

Yes. says you need 3000 for casting closing/reopening votes and thus being able to see close () and reopen () vote counts.

This is the same amount required on all the SE sites

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To append to this, any user with at least 250 reputation is able to see close and reopen counts on their own questions. They are also able to vote on them as well. – Grace Note Dec 22 '10 at 13:45

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