While I have a particular question in mind, I don't want this meta to be about that question. That question is just what got me thinking.
If a question is closed, but not moved to another SE site, it's because the quality of the question is not palatable to some users. There is a number of reasons why that maybe.
But what would be an acceptable reason for someone to edit such a question and not vote to reopen it? Presumably, after an edit, the question's content is more acceptable to the user making the edits. Shouldn't that user automatically be considered to have voted for the question to be reopened? If there is no way to make this automatic, should users be encouraged to vote to reopen after an edit?
I freely admit that I haven't thought it through. So if there have already been discussions of this, I would appreciate a link.