My SO question has been closed.
Now, there is an official SO help page for people who disagree with the closure reasons. One of its paragraphs says:
If a moderator (user with a ♦ symbol after their name) closed the question, then you may flag it for moderator attention. Again, do this only after editing and include a detailed explanation of why it should be reopened. There is more than one moderator, and moderators do reconsider their decisions.
How can I say if a moderator closed my question if the only message I got is:
Also, basing on this meta question it seems there were times when question closers were indeed displayed to the person that asked the question.
Has the community's goal of making people accountable for their actions changed? Or maybe, the information is still displayed somewhere and I just cannot find it?
Mark that I'm not asking for means for a personal vendetta, but only want to have a means to follow the official help page.