More than one SE site has the problem that low quality questions may get closed fairly quickly, but that response time when an OP has made a good effort to fix their question seems very long in comparison. On a site other than Data Science I have had a question closed, put in what I think is the relevant fix from the comments I received, and that question is still closed with no apparent response from anyone two years later.
On Data Science I think this may apply here: Training Deep Nets on an Ordinary Laptop - although I cannot tell how many people have reviewed the question post-edit and decided to leave it closed.
It seems wrong to leave a question (and the OP) hanging for a long time after a good faith edit has been made. The speed to close compared to the apparent lack of response to reopen when an OP has made an effort feels wrong.
Is there anything we can do to:
Provide feedback to OP on whether their changes are considered good enough to reopen a closed question. I can provide a personal opinion in a comment, but that seems empty as I do not speak for anyone else here and can promise nothing.
Improve response times for reopening, so that Data Science rewards effort put in to fixing questions and meeting guidelines.
For instance, is there a way to tweak number of reopen votes necessary, or to base the number required on the daily traffic to the site (which is lower than e.g. Cross Validated)? Could we show the OP the reopen vote count, or encourage reopen queue reviewers to add a comment if just a little bit more from the OP would help?