This is a problem that I'm encountering all the time in my environment. Question was closed without any comments. I even ask if theres any investigation I can do to give more information.
Question was closed without any comments.
This is false. I provided some feedback and it was ignored. Even now the question is missing vital information that only appears in commentary you submitted.
However, instead of responding to our feedback, you decided to respond negatively.
I only decided to submit this answer after you submitted that comment.
In my original question that started all this... the question was 1. Closed without comment...end of story. Ask a Stack Exchange moderator if you don't believe me. 2. In scope for Super User. 3. Closed at the whims of newbie reviewers.
I actually provided feedback to your original question. Instead of editing that question, you submitted a new question, and improved that question. Since you submitted the same question, which had already been closed, when I flagged your second question it was closed by a moderator as a duplicate. The only feedback to my feedback was the sound of crickets.
The question was within scope but being out of scope wasn't the reason it was closed. **Only in it's current form, does it stand a chance to be reopened, but I won't issue a reopen vote since I am human and I don't like being called a gremlin.
The question was absolutely not closed by "the whims of newbie reviewers". I was one of those reviewers. I still maintain your question still does not contain enough information. In reality your question was original reviewed by some of the most experienced users in the community. It was reviewed a second time by three additional users. To indicate these 6 users are new to reviewing content in the reopen queue isn't civil behavior
I want to make one thing clear, and this is supported by the question history, I voted to keep your question closed before you made some of the improvements. I could vote to reopen the question, but being called a gremlin isn't fun, so I skipped the vote to reopened it last time I reviewed it.