From the faq I gather that a closed question can be reopened again after some (5?) reopen votes. My question though is; really, who is going to care to look at a closed question to see if it has become reopenable? I'm thinking that once a question has been closed it is sort of doomed, even if the asker improves the question, since it will get so few views being marked as closed, and thus slim chances of receiving reopen votes. Am I wrong? Could anything be done, site-functionality-wise or by the hands of the asker, to increase the chances of reopening of a reworked question?
(The example that got me wondering is this question where the asker did make an effort to clarify the intent of the question but I'm in doubt that it will ever receive enough reopen attention (unless this meta question changes it's chances, but that is not the point of this meta question):
Learning another instrument?
Will @EmmaHagreen ever have her question reopened? Or does it still not qualify by the rules of this site?)