I have had a big problem over many months with a question. I try to tell the story as factually as possible. Help is appreciated. Here we go...
I asked a question on Jan 27 at 14:29.
It was closed as unclear on Jan 29 at 23:20.
I edited for clarity on Jan 30 at 15:45, messaging all who closed it if it was now OK (in the comments). It was not reopened and message was not responded too.
I edited for further clarity again on Feb 8 at 15:49, messaging all who closed it asking of it was now OK. It was not reopened and message was not responded too.
As you can see on the link, somebody then deleted these comments, leaving only the comment to define symbols - which was done immediately in the first edit.
By Mar 19 at 12:30, I had given up hope those who closed question would let the reworded question open. I took drastic step to repost it here.
It was marked as duplicate on Mar 21 at 7:11. This was of the course the case - a duplicate of the reworded closed question. In fact, I said this in the quesion "(Full disclosure: this is reworded version of closed question)".
I would like to know:
Q1) How can my question appear on the website without stigma of "closed" or "duplicate"?
Q2) Why do reviewers refuse to say why a question was closed? Notably, it seems to me all symbols are defined and perfectly reasonable equations are given.
I try to be good person. All I wanted was reason reviewers kept question closed after I completed edits that they required. I believe the aim should be to increase quality of question until it can be reopened. I do not see how it can happen if moderators refuse to communicate. If you look at the question, I do not believe it is so unclear that no amount of future editing would ever render it comprehensible to anyone on this site. It does not seem plausible situation.
Any help appreciated.