I asked the following question: How do you determine what action belongs to who in a modernist GM-based game?
I got an answer out of it and even some upvotes, and I don't really want or need anything more out of the question. I was thinking about dropping a bounty on Novak's answer, because it has some really good ideas in it, even if it is a bit off base for the question itself - but I think it's probably more appropriate to ask another question that that answer is answering, and if this question's too broad, I'm not sure that's gonna work out great.
In any case, I'm not super attached to or invested in the question anymore.
It has, however, gotten closed. It's got a lot of upvotes, which is a bit surprising to me, and so makes me think that people are finding it useful - and so maybe I should put some work into the question to make it more openable. The thing is, there's not really anything wrong with the question right now (I'm pretty sure it's not actually too broad - it's just very abstract and some people struggle with abstract questions), and I think making the question more concrete would be impossible without changing it into a much less interesting question with a lot less value for future readers (which would also invalidate the many good answers I've gotten so far).
Should I try and get this question reopened? If so, is there an easy way to edit it to be less VTC-attracting without making it a fundamentally different question?