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- How do you reopen a closed question? 3 answers
I have a very important question that could use a helpful answer.
It was put on hold (I see and agree with the reasoning for the hold), but have long since fixed the issues and complaints raised with my question and would really like it to be opened for a real response.
I feel that unresponsible users who make issue close requests but do not check up on edits made to the original question should have their requests withdrawn after an arbitrary amount of time.
If this is already a feature, please excuse my ignorance, but I did read through a great deal of rules when registering for S.O. and cannot recall such a rule. Why?
If the question truly is horse excrement, then the question will likely get enough close requests to be killed anyways, even if the requests were automatically removed after a set number of hours.
If the aforementioned feature truly doesn't exist, then why the heck not?
(Original question that made me feel this way)