I've had a question closed by the community, i.e. five 3K users, not a diamond mod, and I've tried improving it. What should I do now? Wait? Flag for moderator attention? Cast a re-open vote? Discuss it on the (heavily polluted by off-topic discussion) chat room?

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    Voting to reopen is good. Or flagging, depending on what mood the mod who sees the flag is in. Or posting on meta. Or chat. Anything, really. – waiwai933 Dec 21 '12 at 9:10
  • Has the question by now been reopened? I can't find a recently closed question of yours. – StoneyB on hiatus Dec 21 '12 at 16:52
  • @StoneyB simchona said she voted to re-open it; that means she actually re-opened it, as a moderator's vote is binding. – kiamlaluno Dec 22 '12 at 21:07

I voted to reopen your question. As waiwai mentioned, there are several options to get a question reopened, all of which are valid. You can flag the question, vote to reopen it, post on Meta, or ask people in chat to take a second look.

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