According to this comment...
anyone who has access to the database of this website can see who has closevoted
Is this true? If so, can anyone post a "template" query showing how to do it?
My initial thought was that since this information isn't normally made public until after a question is closed, there might be some kind of "privacy" issue involved here. But on reflection I suppose that since the closevoter has no way of knowing when (or whether) there will be enough other votes to action the closure, he has to assume the fact of his own closevote is already "out there".
Nevertheless, if this kind of "sneak preview" is in fact possible, it seems slightly at odds with how the site works in general. I'm not a mod, but my understanding is that by default the system tends to avoid giving even them access to information they don't "need".
I'm not adopting a strong position on this issue, but I'd like to know how the system works, and whether or not anyone else feels this behaviour might be considered "sailing close to the wind".