I was accused of being a total jerkface because I put on a bounty a question that was recently reopened via a discussion on meta. I did not realize that putting a bounty on a question makes it ineligible for closing and upsets people during a semi-active discussion on a vote-to-reopen/vote-to-close discussion on meta. I did wait about 12 hours after my question was successfully reopened, and I thought this amount of time was reasonable, apparently it was not. I had no intention of being a "total jerkface", but alas, I was.
All of that being said, newish users like myself are not aware of social faux pas in this community and a small change to the site would help to avoid this.
A question should not be eligible for a bounty within 48 hours after being reopened, just as a question is not eligible for a bounty within the first week of posting.
Edit: As pointed out in the comments - A question is not eligible for a bounty within the first 48 hours of being posted, not a week as stated above.