I asked a question on SO, and it was closed as non constructive.
I then edited it, that is, I completely rewrote it, trying to make it convey that what I'm asking is: "how do I accomplish this?"
I've proofread my edited question, and now I'm quite positive that it's constructive, in that it allows for answers of the form "you cannot accomplish this" or, "you can accomplish this by doing that".
Now that I marked my question to be reopened, who will ever notice that the question was significantly edited and marked to be reopened?
Should I just sit and hope for people to stumble upon my question and casually notice that, though it was closed, it was edited after being closed, and thus it may be worth checking if it still deserves to say closed or if it may be worth reopening, or is there a way to capture people's attention on the subject?