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I find it creepy that you put your question out there and as it percolates downwards due to newer questions, people maybe voting to close it, unbeknownst to you.

  • this is not about whether the reasons are correct. all reasons except obvious things like profanity are incorrect. the question is about process - someone needs to be notified for each vote to close their question or at least if and when it gets closed. – S K Feb 13 '18 at 15:15
  • First, Stack Exchange is not a Democracy. We will be notified when it is voted to close as duplicate, But for other reasons, we have to keep track of what is happening with our question. It is our question after all ;) . This is a proposal which should be discussed on network level and was asked already for close reasons. Adding for vote to close would be bad because they can be false positives too. – Sarvabhouma Feb 13 '18 at 15:35
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    I find that annoying too. Sometimes I only find out that one of my questions has been closed months after the fact (especially on SE sites I don't visit that much). But this is a network-wide feature of the system, so this question is better asked on Main Meta.SE. – Keshav Srinivasan Feb 13 '18 at 16:08
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Following thread discussed your concern:
Send authors an inbox message if their question is put on hold

Several commentators and answers agree that, there is a need to notify the OP about the [possible] closure of the question.

  • thanks. no censorrship is best but given that there is censorship it can at least be respectful and transparent @iammind – S K Feb 13 '18 at 17:29

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